Service robots benefit from encoding information in semantically meaningful ways to enable more robust task execution. Prior work has shown multi-relational embeddings can encode semantic knowledge graphs to promote generalizability and scalability, but only within a batched learning paradigm. We present Incremental Semantic Initialization (ISI), an incremental learning approach that enables novel semantic concepts to be initialized in the embedding in relation to previously learned embeddings of semantically similar concepts. We evaluate ISI on mined AI2Thor and MatterPort3D datasets; our experiments show that on average ISI improves immediate query performance by 41.4%. Additionally, ISI methods on average reduced the number of epochs required to approach model convergence by 78.2%.