[ pis-kuh-ree ]
/ ˈpɪs kə ri /

noun, plural pis·ca·ries.

Law. the right or privilege of fishing in particular waters.
a place for fishing.

Origin of piscary

1425–75; late Middle English < Medieval Latin piscāria, neuter plural (fishing rights) and feminine singular (fishing place) of Latin piscārius of fishing or fish. See pisci-, -ary
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British Dictionary definitions for piscary

/ (ˈpɪskərɪ) /

noun plural -ries

a place where fishing takes place
the right to fish in certain waters

Word Origin for piscary

C15: from Latin piscārius fishing, from piscis a fish
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