Ambrosine
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An ancient Greek name, Ambrosia (f), Ambrosios (m). In Greek mythology, Ambrosia was a Hyad, daughter of Atlas and Pleione.
-- Damis  3/3/2005
An elegant and luxurious name, it brings to mind a woman with great presence. an especially good name for a character in a book.
-- nelirosala  6/25/2006
It's a pretty name, but I can't picture a kid growing up with this--it's too harsh.
-- erb816  4/28/2009
This name is also used in The Netherlands, though rarely so (especially when compared to Ambrosia).
-- Lucille  5/30/2010
I think this is a really nice name but I'd rather use it as it as a second (middle) name. :)
-- walesgal92  10/30/2010
Lovely and sophisticated, much better than the over-used Amber.
-- Black_X  10/31/2011
I once knew of a girl called Amber, and was surprised to learn that Amber was merely a nickname and that her full name was Ambrosine. I thought the name was gorgeous, and I found Amber to be a clever nickname. Great name.
-- RoseTintsMyWorld  5/9/2016
I was recently told that Ambrosine was my name in a past life and that I was French. I immediately loved the name, feeling that I was very feminine with a name like Ambrosine.
-- Anonymous User  5/11/2016

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