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From Latin piscarius (relating to fishes or to fishing), from piscis (a fish).


piscary (countable and uncountable, plural piscaries)

  1. fishery
  2. (law) The right or privilege of fishing in somebody else's waters.
    • Blackstone
      It seemed to have been generally understood that the lord could not approve, where the commoners had a right of turbary, piscary, of digging sand, or of taking any species of estovers upon the common.