- Law the right of fishing in waters owned by another: now only in common of piscary
- a place for fishing
Origin of piscaryMedieval Latin piscaria from Classical Latin piscarius, of fish, of fishing from piscis, fish
- The taking of fish in waters that one does not own but that by custom or law are open for such use by the public.
- A fishery.
Origin of piscaryFrom Middle English piscaries fishing rights from Medieval Latin piscāria from Latin neuter pl. of piscārius of fish from piscis fish Sense 2, Medieval Latin piscārium Latin piscis fish Latin -ārium -arium
- (law) The right or privilege of fishing in somebody else's waters.
Latin piscarius relating to fishes or to fishing, from piscis a fish.