Gender: Female Pronunciation: KIM-ber; KIM-buh Origin of Kimber: Diminutive of Kimberley Kimber's Popularity in 2018: #597

Kimber Origin and Meaning

The name Kimber is a girl's name of American origin.

This diminutive of Kimberley is gaining momentum as a standalone name. For our part, we're stumped by its rise.

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iraasuup Says:


This is the name of my brothers dog...

ispyabrownbair Says:


I have a close friend who has a daughter named Kimber. He named her that after his love of the Kimber guns. I actually think it's really pretty! But, she is a gorgeous little girl so I may be doing a person association with the name :)

lynn_wentworth Says:


To me it does feel like it was just chopped in half, but Briella is a "cut up" version of Gabriella and I love that. I think I just prefer how feminine Kimberly feels, where standalone Kimber has a masculine effect to it.

MichelleTherese Says:


It's not just a nickname for Kimberly, though it does make a nice one. It actually predates Kimberly.

MichelleTherese Says:


Other forms are Kimbree, Kimbre, Cymbre, Kinbarra, Kinborow, and more. This name comes from St. Kyneburgh, who was an Anglo-Saxon princess.

MichelleTherese Says:


Kimber was a girl's name before Kimberly was. It's from an Anglo-Saxon saint and princess, St. Kyneburgha. There is a church named for her in England. If you don't like the way Kimber rhymes with "timber" consider the other forms: Kinbarra, Kinborrow, Kimbra, Kimbro, Kimbre/Cymbre. This website gives over 100 forms of the name and an interesting history: Also, Namberry has Kinborow on its list of names from Tudor England.

TF2Scout Says:


It's going down, I'm yelling Kimber.

capable Says:


I used to babysit for a girl named Kimber whose middle name was Lee (or possibly Leigh), but that's one option, like a classmate I had whose mother wanted to name her Kasey, but her father insisted on something more serious, so they named her Katherine Charlotte and called her K.C.

Zoey_Artemisia Says:


I have a very strong urge to add 'ly' to the end of this name.

SunKissedChild Says:


Sounds to much like "timber" for my liking!

namenerd8 Says:


I've never been a fan of Kimberly but I actually really like Kimber

AbbyMac Says:


I hate these names which are just another name with a bit missing.