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A Non-Quranic Name for Girls

How to pronounce Amber

Persian pronunciation: Up + Moon + BUt + pRay

English pronunciation: After + Moon + BUt + pRay

Each block is a syllable. Thick black border indicates stress/emphasis. Other pronunciations are acceptable.

This is NOT a Quranic name, but Muslims can use it since it doesn't have a bad meaning.

Meaning of Amber

Amber is a Persian name for girls that means “ambergris”, a fragrant material extracted from a type of whale. Amber is also an English word referring to a precious material used in jewelry making, which is made up of fossilized tree resin. Both the Persian and the English names are originally derived from the Arabic word Anbar, which has the meaning of “ambergris” like the Persian name.

Reader Comments:

  1. Anonymous on Monday 4th of April 2016 03:34:20 AM

    amber another cute name here again I want all girls no boys allowed for me.

  2. Anonymous on Monday 17th of October 2016 08:20:11 PM

    Ambar is also a different way to spell it, especially for girls it is pronounced the same way with the same meaning and an added meaning of heaven

  3. Anonymous on Saturday 10th of December 2016 05:03:49 PM

    in hindi Amber means sky and my name is amber and im a boy.

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