What does BLANK INDORSEMENT mean?

BLANK INDORSEMENT meaning in Law Dictionary

The indorsement of a bill of change or promissory note, by just composing the name for the indorser, without discussing anybody to whom the balance or note will be compensated; known as "blank," because a blank or area is remaining it for insertion regarding the title for the indorsee, or of every subsequent holder. Otherwise called an indorsement "in empty." 3 Kent, Comm. 89; Story, Prom. Notes,