Definition of Petaries
1. petary [n] - See also: petary
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Petaries
Literary usage of Petaries
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Extracts from the records of the royal burgh of Lanark: With Charters and by Lanark (Scotland), Robert Renwick (1902)
"... and Community and their successors for the time being, to win and take their fuel from any of our petaries of Paisley, for sustaining the said Provost, ..."
2. Charters and Other Writs Illustrating the History of the Royal Burgh of by Aberdeen (Scotland) (1890)
"... and pertinents, petaries, meadows, pastures, with common pasturage and ... and their sequels, hawkings, huntings, fishings, petaries, ..."
3. The Great Ice Age and Its Relation to the Antiquity of Man by James Geikie (1894)
"... that' ' petaries became frequent objects of grant to the abbots and convents during the Scoto-Saxon period.' This fact ought perhaps to be looked upon ..."
4. Caledonia: Or, A Historical and Topographical Account of North Britain, from by George Chalmers (1889)
"petaries for fuel, became, as early as the reign of David I., the frequent objects of request and of grant (r). The collieries and quarries of Inveresk and ..."
5. The Monastic Annals of Teviotdale, Or, The History and Antiquities of the by James Morton (1832)
"... and to perform six days' labour, of whatever kind might be required : also, a toft whereon to build a house for the chaplain ; and two petaries. ..."