Kimber

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Etymology[edit]

From the name of a 7th century English female saint Kyneburga or Cyneburh, Old English cyne(royal) + burh(fortress).

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Kimber

  1. A matronymic surname​.
  2. A female given name of modern usage, transferred back from the surname.
    • 1990 Terry Brooks, The Scions of Shannara, Ballantine Books 1990, page 14:
      When Brin Ohmsford had come into Darklin Reach three hundred years earlier, Hearthstone had been the home of Cogline and the child he claimed as his granddaughter, Kimber Boh.

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