Origin of guenon
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The appearance of the hind-part of the cow, from a point near the gambrel-joint up to the tail, Guenon calls the escutcheon.
The following cuts show the marks of all of Guenon's eight classes, the first and the last in each class.
M. Guenon adopted them on account of the shape of the escutcheon, or from the name of the place from which the cows came.
This is as fully as we have room to go into M. Guenon's details.
Nous autres nous en rions, & disons, que c'est s'asseoir en guenon, eux prisent ceste faon & la trouuent commode.