ambeer

noun
am·​beer | \ ˈam-ˌbir \

Definition of ambeer

chiefly Southern US and south Midland US

First Known Use of ambeer

1848, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for ambeer

probably alteration of amber; from its color

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ambeer

amber

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amber brown

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