Definition of ambroid in English:

ambroid

Pronunciation /ˈambrɔɪd/

noun

(also amberoid)
  • A material formed by joining small pieces of amber and other resins together by means of pressure and heat.

adjective

(also amberoid)
rare
  • Made from, consisting of, or including ambroid; (of jewellery or an ornament) set with one or more pieces of ambroid.

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in North-Eastern Daily Gazette (Middlesbrough). From German Ambroid from post-classical Latin ambra + German -oid.