What does ANSEL, ANSUL, OR AUNCEL mean?

ANSEL, ANSUL, OR AUNCEL meaning in Law Dictionary

In old English law. An old mode of weighing by holding machines or hooks at either end of a beam or staff, which, becoming raised with your little finger or hand because of the middle, showed the equivalence or difference between the weight at one end while the thing weighed during the various other. Termes de los angeles Ley, 60.