|Gender||👩🧑 Boy And Girl|
|Pronunciation||📣 \k(i)-mber-ly, kimb(e)-rly\|
|Number of People||👶 843,000|
|Rate in 2021||433|
|Name origin||🌍 English|
Kimberly is another example of the names that refer to a place. There are several places with this name including: Kimberley in Nottinghamshire, the town of Kimberley in Norfolk, and Kimberley located in Warwickshire. Each of these places differing etymologies. It is believed that Kimberley in Nottinghamshire meant “royal and famous”; Kimberley in Norfolk meant “royal-fortress meadow” and Kimberley in meant “royal and brave”. As we can see, the common theme is being royal.
Another completely separate town that ultimately led to the use of Kimberley as a unisex name was a place called Kimberley in South Africa. In 1886, diamonds were found in this town which created a diamond-rush in the world. IN the beginning, Kimberley gained a lot of success as unisex name in English-speaking countries but as the time went on, it became a female named which is mostly used in the U.S.
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