• Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Barway A passage into a field or yard, closed by bars made to take out of the posts.
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In literature:

In front of the house he crossed an open barway, and then paused to observe two men at work in full view near the house.
"The Wit of a Duck and Other Papers" by John Burroughs
From that, we went to "Starways, Farways, and Barways," and "The Freefall Song.
"The Stoker and the Stars" by Algirdas Jonas Budrys (AKA John A. Sentry)
At last I would reach a barway sunken in masses of sweet-fern and shaded by thickets of alder and witch-hazel.
"Everyday Adventures" by Samuel Scoville