What does the name Amber mean in the Indian language?
The early Germans called amber by the name of 'Bernstein', due to the sweet smell it emitted when burnt. The Greeks called it 'Elektron' due to its properties of developing static electricity when rubbed. Amber is known as 'Kerba' in the local markets in India. It means "protector from evil eye or negativity.
It has a Native American origin and in the Miami-Illinois language mean wild onion or wild garlic. Chicago is most likely an Indian name, since that area was once settled by the Native Americans. But I also heard that it may be a French name. Indian is your best bet It is the French Translatiion of the Native American word for wild onion in the Miami-Illinois language.
Nothing. It doesn't mean anything. Consider the following points: There is no such language as "Indian" The name Aubrey is pronounced the same in any language; only the accent is different If you want to spell the name Aubrey in one of the languages of India, you'd have to say which one. Click here for more information about the 455 languages of India.