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…


Saffron is a female given name which comes from the name of a spice which is derived from the flower Crocus sativus (or saffron crocus). The name comes from Old French safran derived from Arabic za’faran which may be derived from Persian possibly meaning “golden leaves”. It’s also the name of a yellow-orange color. Origin: Persian Variants: Safran (Turkish)  


Inbar is a Hebrew female name meaning “amber” which can refer to both the gemstone and the color. Origin: Hebrew    


Amberly is an elaboration of Amber, which comes from Arabic ‘anbar(عنبر) meaning “ambergris (gray amber), used to refer to a color that is yellowish-brown-orange or jewelry that is made out of amber, or fossilized tree resin which can sometimes contain the fossils of insects stuck within it. The -lee or -ley ending comes from Old English meaning “clearing” or “grove”,…


Tawny is a given name and the name of a color, referring to something that is light-brown or brownish-orange. It comes from Anglo-Norman tauné, a past particle of taner (to tan) which ultimately derives from Celtic tanno meaning “green oak” or “oak tree”. Origin: Celtic Variants: Tawnee (English) Tawnie (English) Tahnee (English)