Definition of emplastration in English:

emplastration

noun

  • Horticulture. The propagation of plants by budding. Now historical and rare.

Origin

Late Middle English (in an earlier sense). From classical Latin emplastrātiōn-, emplastrātiō (in post-classical Latin also inplastratio) method of budding trees, in post-classical Latin also plaster for a wound, adhesive or glutinous quality, application of a plaster from emplastrāt-, past participial stem of emplastrāre + -iō.

Pronunciation

emplastration

/ˌɛmplaˈstreɪʃn/