turbary (plural turbaries)
- A piece of peatland from which turf may be cut for fuel.
- Material extracted from a turbary.
- The right to cut turf from a turbary on a common or in some cases, another person's land.
- 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.
The third sense is more fully expressed legally as common of turbary.