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This name is also a word. "Ambrosia" was the food of the gods in Greek Mythology, and it was thought to give the consumer immortality. Today, ambrosia is still used to refer to deserts often made of fruits and marshmallow or coconut.
-- jc  3/2/2006
Pronounced am-BRO-zhuh.
-- Aqua  11/21/2006
These days you can't really name your daughter this without the risk of people making fun of how she shares a name with a rice pudding brand.
-- Lizdebiz  1/19/2007
I named my daughter Ambrosia. Everyone loves the name and she has never been associated with rice pudding. Ambrosia is also an old name.
-- Anonymous User  7/13/2007
Ambrosia Parsley is the lead singer of the band Shivaree.
-- Anonymous User  8/6/2007
It's a pretty name, but the girl would surely be called Amber, which unfortunately has a bit of a bimbo reputation. Rose is also a bit of a boring nickname. What has ruined this name for me is that back in the dark ages of the late 90s, I watched the Bold and the Beautiful (yes, I'm ashamed), and this was the real name of a ditzy character called Amber.
-- slight night shiver  5/15/2008
The meaning of Ambrosia is "immortal" and its origin is Greek.
-- Potterania  3/21/2009
I love this name! It sounds so exotic and beautiful.
-- -Julia-  8/18/2009
It sounds like a decease.
-- Liesl  2/11/2010
This name is also used in The Netherlands.
-- Lucille  5/30/2010
Ambrosia Jasmine Kelley (born 1995) is an american actress.
-- CarolinW  6/11/2012
Maria Ambrosia was a daughter of King Felipe IV of Spain (known as Filipe III of Portugal) and his wife Maria Anna of Austria. She died young.
-- CarolinW  6/11/2012

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