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Gender: F Amber's Popularity in 2014: #309

Though perhaps not as currently stylish as Ruby, Jade, or Pearl, Amber has a colorful history (remember the notorious Forever Amber heroine?) and is currently ranked at Number 309. Unfortunately, it does come with the "Amber Alert" connotation for modern parents (and their children).

Famous People Named Amber

Amber Rose (Levonchuk), model and socialite
Amber Laura Heard, American actress
Amber Rose Tamblyn, American actress
Amber Evangeline Valletta, American top model and actress
Amber Riley, American actress and singer
Amber Nicole Benson, American actress
Tiffani-Amber Thiessen, American actress
Amber Portwood, MTV's "Teen Mom" star
Amber O'Neal/Holly, American wrestler (born Kimberly Dawn Davis)
Amber Josephine Liu, Taiwanese-American singer and rapper from South Korean girl group f(x)
Amber Joy Halsey, daughter of Jaime Moore & Steve Halsey

Pop Culture References for the name Amber

Amber St. Clare, main character in Kathleen Winsor's novel "Forever Amber"
Amber Mariens, character in movie "Clueless"
Amber Brown, title character in book series by Paula Danziger
Amber, character in "Rainbow Fairies" series
Amber, character on TV's "House of Anubis"
Amber, character on TV's "Hannah Montana"
Amber Dean, character on British TV's "Some Girls"
Amber Volakis, character on TV's "House"
The Chronicles of Amber, a fantasy novel series by Roger Zelazny
Amber House Trilogy, series by Kelly Moore, Tucker Reed and Larkin Reed
Amber (The One-Legged Hypoglycemic), Amy Poehler character on TV's "Saturday Night Live"
Amber, character in anime "Darker than Black"
Amber Simpson, character on TV's "The Simpsons"
Amber, character on TV's "The Tribe"
AMBER Alert, U.S. public notification of a kidnapped child
Amber Holt, character on TV's "Parenthood"
Amber Magewood, character in Jenny Nimmo's "The Children of the Red King" series

Amberise, Ambur, Ahmber, Amberly, Ambria, Ambyre, Ember, Amberia, Aamber, Ammber, Ambar, Ambyr

Amber's International Variations

Ambra (Italian) Inbar (Israeli) Ambrette (French)