aestimatio  (es-t<<schwa>>-may-shee-oh).  [Latin]  Roman  law.  An  agreement  by  which  the

owner of goods handed them over to another person with the understanding that the other would

sell what he could for the most he could get, paying the owner an agreed price for whatever goods

sold and returning the others. Pl. aestimationes (es-t<<schwa>>-may-shee-oh-neez). [Blacks Law 8th]