Lewis & Short

anclo or ancŭlo, āre, v. a. [anculus], to serve with, to bring something as servant, to have the care of (only in Liv. Andron.): antiqui anculare dicebant pro ministrare, Paul. ex Fest. p. 20 Müll.: carnis vinumque, quod libabant, anclabatur, ap. Prisc. p. 684 P.: florem anculabant, ap. Fest. l. c. (Trag. Rel. p. 4 Rib.).