Ambroise name meaning

✍  Updated on: March 8th, 2023
Gender: Boy
Origin: Old Greek
Usage: French
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Ambroise a-mbroi-se
Meaning: Immortal
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What does Ambroise mean?

Ambroise's meaning is Immortal is of Old Greek origin, principally used in French is given to boys. Ambroise is version of long standing and lofty Ambrose. Ambrose is variation of Ambroise. Meaning of Ambrose is Undying, The Element Ambrosios Which Means Immortal Divine and Ever-living has its origin in Old Greek.

Ambroise is celebrated on 7th of December.

How do I pronounce Ambroise?

The three syllabled name Ambroise is commonly pronounced as a-mbroi-se. It can also be pronounced as am(b)-roise.

Variants of Ambroise

Ambrosios, Ambrosius, Ambrose, Ambe, Ambrosia, Ambros, Ambra

Middle Names for Ambroise

Elra, Tigh, Ulie, Piny, Dieter, view more middle names that goes with Ambroise

Names that rhyme with Ambroise

How popular is the name Ambroise?

A common name in France having over 7334 recievers in 154 years of usage. At present peaking at the charts, 207 boys were bestowed the name and it was ranked at 148th position.

Ambroise is a rare baby name in Belgium however it is still in use. But Ambroise is a popular baby name in DR Congo where every 1 in 2000 have the name as well as in Cameroon.

As per our estimate, over 70000 babies have been bestowed Ambroise around the globe.

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What numerology tells about Ambroise?

Give yourself some personal space to think. You are an adventurer who likes to live on the edge but planning your future and your next moves make you feel secure. To have number 3 as your soul urge number reveals the creative side of your personality. It wouldn't hurt you if you opened your mind and hear different opinions on different matters. You don't brag with your success and tend to keep a low profile.

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  •  Nicki - Predominantly used in Greenlandic and Finnish darling, Nicki aimed at both boys and girls, meaning of Nicki is "People's Victory, Victory of the People or Female Version of Nicholas" is originated from Old Greek
  •  Sybille means Priestess of Apollo is rooted from Old Greek specifically used in Swedish, English and French is used as a girl name
  •  Nisse - Majorly used in Swedish, Scandinavian and Finnish immutable and acclaimed, Nisse has origin in Old Greek is used for baby boys. Nisse is equivalent of Nils in Swedish and Danish languages
  •  Angeli - Particulary used in Sanskrit and Hindi unheard-of, Angeli is of Old Greek and Sanskrit origin, meaning of Angeli is "Gift or Offering" is used as a girl name
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Sibling Names for Ambroise

Looking for the perfect name to complement your baby's unique personality? Consider Ambroise, a classic French name that exudes elegance and sophistication. To help you choose a name that perfectly complements Ambroise, we've compiled a list of irresistible sibling names that will make your heart sing. Get ready to be inspired!

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Famous people named Ambroise

  • Ambroise Thomas, French composer and teacher
  • Ambroise Guellec, French politician and Member of the European Parliament for Western France
  • Ambroise de Loré, was baron of Ivry
  • Ambroise Louis Garneray, French corsair, painter and writer
  • Ambroise Verschaffelt, distinguished Belgian horticulturist and author
  • Ambroise,
  • Ambroise Paré, French barber surgeon
  • Ambroise Vollard, French art dealer
  • Ambroise Roux-Alphéran, French public official and historian
  • Ambroise Adjou, actor
  • Ambroise Oyongo Bitolo, is a Cameroonian footballer who plays as a defense in the Montreal Impact of Major League Soccer of the United States.
  • Ambroise Bia in TV series Comment ne pas épouser un milliardaire as Actor

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