Piscary

Pis'ca┬Ěry noun [ Latin piscarius relating to fishes or to fishing, from piscis a fish.] (Law) The right or privilege of fishing in another man's waters. Blackstone.
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piscary

The right or privilege of fishing in another man's waters. ... Origin: L. Piscarius relating to fishes or to fishing, fr. Piscis a fish. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Piscary

• (n.) The right or privilege of fishing in another man`s waters.
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piscary

piscary 1. Fishing privileges in another's waters. 2. A place for fishing.
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piscary

the right of fishing; a fishing pond
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