Other Origin(s):Arabic, Latin
What happens when two adorable names collide? Pure magic, of course. In the 1960s, Amberly emerged as a hybrid name, combining Amber, a honey-colored gemstone, with Kimberly, meaning "meadow." While most known for its American origin story, variations of Amber are used all around the world to celebrate this gem forged over time. In Arabic, its root name is Anbar, and in Latin, it’s derived from Ambar. Wherever life takes your little jewel, they'll always be grateful for your first precious gift to them.
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