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Ambrette is another name for the musk mallow seed (its scientific name is Abelmoschus moschatus), a plant that grows in Asia and has both culinary and medicinal values. The name is a diminutive of Ambre, the French form of English Amber which refers to fossilized tree resin from which jewelry is made out of it, as well as a yellowish-brown orange color, combined with the -ette diminutive. The name comes from Arabic ‘anbar(عنبر) meaning “ambergris (gray amber)” derived from a Persian source.

Origin: Persian



  • Ambretta (English)
  • Amberette (English)
  • Amberetta (English)
  • Amber (English)
  • Amberly (English)
  • Amberley (English)


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