1) A remnant or remaining portion.
1434 I will that the remlande of my gude be partid in thre, Ousefleet
1442 paid in hand xls and syr Jo Fox plege for the remland, York
1482 all the remland of the soghers [soldiers] in the same oppenion, York
1508 a prest for ever to synge ij daiez in the wek at Brakenbargh and the remland at Kirkby oppon Wisk. Latterly, it was commonly used of remnants of material: 1643 unto Anne Slater ...a rembland of wollen cloath, Cottingley
1758-62 Tim Oxley 2 remblands frised scarlit and green, Wakefield.