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What does Ambrose mean?

Ambrose /am-bro-se/ as a boys' name is pronounced AM-brohz. It is of Greek origin, and the meaning of Ambrose is "immortal".

English form of the Late Latin name Ambrosius, from Greek Ambrosios. Saint Ambrose (fourth century) was the Bishop of Milan who baptized Saint Augustine; Saint Ambrose (eighth century) was a tutor of Charlemagne. The name is more widely found in Greece than in English-speaking countries. Writer Ambrose Bierce; Civil War General Ambrose E. Burnside.

Associated with: greek, saint, war

Variations

Ambrose has 17 variants: Am, Ambie, Ambroeus, Ambroggio, Ambrogio, Ambroise, Ambros, Ambrosi, Ambrosio, Ambrosios, Ambrosius, Ambrossij, Ambroz, Ambrus, Amby, Brose and Emrys.

Related boy name: Merlin.

Ambrose has 1 feminine form: Ambrosine.

Kreatif forms:
(male) Ambroan, Ambroun, ..

(female) Ambrola, Ambrota, ..

How popular is Ambrose?

Ambrose is a somewhat prominent first name for men (#1096 out of 1220, Top 90%) and an even more prominent last name for both adults and children (#1992 out of 150436, Top 1%). (2000 U.S. Census)

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Ranking and usage % can show different trends depending on the distribution of names that year.

Presented below is the birth name statistics of Ambrose for boys. Ambrose reached its highest rank of #290 in the U.S. in the 1880s, and is at #1714 currently. (2014 Birth Statistics)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ambrose name in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Ambrose outside U.S.

The only other popular alternative form of Ambrose (#1714 last year) ranked in the Top 2000 is Merlin. These relations of Ambrose reached the peak of their popularity during 1920-1929 and are now significantly less common, with forms such as Ambrose becoming less trendy.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ambrose, Merlin in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Ambrose and related baby names outside U.S.

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NAMES LIKE AMBROSE

Recommended names are Amadore, Amos, Amoss, Andros and Arese. These names tend to be less commonly used than Ambrose.


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