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Gender: F Origin of Amberly: Modern variation of Amber

A rarely used play on Amber, making it more feminine and both more modern and old-fashioned at the same time.

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Amberley is a British place name; Lady Amberley was the mother of philosopher Bertrand Russell, and the fictional Mary, Lady Amberley, was a drug-ridden alcoholic in Eyeless in Gaza (1936) by Aldous Huxley
Amberly is a place in the u.s. Maryland
Amberly Schreave from the Selection Trilogy by Kiera Cass
Amberle Elessedil, played by Poppy Drayton in the Shannara Chronicles