Amber (noun)

  1. A hard, translucent, yellowish-brown substance that is used for making jewelry and other decorative objects, and is found as a fossilized resin.
  2. A yellowish-orange colour.
  3. A type of fossilized tree resin that is typically yellow or orange in color.

Origin:

Middle english: from old french ambre, via latin from greek ambrosia "immortal", also "amber".

Examples:

  1. The necklace was made of amber beads.
  2. The sunset was a beautiful amber color.
  3. The amber specimen was estimated to be 30 million years old.
  4. The amber was polished to a shine.
  5. The amber was used to make a figurine of a prehistoric animal.
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