While the once-popular name Amber has been steadily plunging in popularity in the U.S. (after initially starting to make a comeback on the Top 1000 in 1945 due to the awesome bestseller Forever Amber), there are a number of other names whose meaning relates to the word “amber.” Most of these are female names, but a couple are male.
Kohaku is Japanese.
Ámbar is Spanish.
Ambra is Italian.
Ambre is French.
Borostyán is a rare Hungarian name meaning “amber ivy.”
Electra is the Latinized form of the Greek Elektra, which comes from elektron (amber). The Italian form is Elettra.
Hakuko can mean “amber child” in Japanese.
Inbar is Hebrew.
Kohakuyuki can mean “amber snow” in Japanese.
Ómra is Irish.
Dzintars is Latvian.
Gintaras is Lithuanian.
Hakurou can mean “amber son” and “bright/clear amber” in Japanese.
Ko can mean “amber” in Japanese, though most people are familiar with this character as meaning “child” in a name.