- Law cultivated growing crops which are produced annually
- the profits from such crops
Origin of emblementsMiddle English enblaymentez from Old French emblaement (sing.) from emblaer from en- (L in) + blee, grain from West Germanic base akin to German blatt, leaf, Middle Dutch blat, blade
The crops or products of the land legally belonging to a tenant.
Origin of emblementsFrom Middle English emblaiment from Old French emblaement from emblaer to sow with grain from Medieval Latin imblādāre Latin in- in ; see en- 1. Medieval Latin blādum, blādium grain ( of Germanic origin ; see bhel-3 in Indo-European roots.)
- plural form of emblement