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giro (1) m. (Noun) "turn"
15th cent. From Vulgar Latin girus "circle," "turn." From Latin gyrus "circle." Borrowed from Ancient Greek γῦρος (gyros) 'id.' Probably from Proto-Indo-European *guH-ro- "curved," and therefore from the verb *geu̯- "to curve."
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Romance
Italian giro

In the 3rd or 4th cent. text Appendix Probi we find the line: gyrus non girus "[the word for 'circle' is] gyrus, not girus." The author's spelling correction proves how the word was pronounced by common speakers, and offers a rare glimpse of the evolution of Latin into Romance languages such as Spanish.