Words nearby gero-
How to use gero- in a sentence
He called Gero a proud fool, and said he would not let him interfere with him.
Juravi lingua, mentem injuratam gero—I have sworn with my tongue, but I bear a mind unsworn.
The word belligerent is from the Latin bellum, war, and gero, to wage or carry on.The Government Class Book|Andrew W. Young
Ere the sun set, Gero and Maude were formally betrothed, and the work was at once begun of repairing the ruined castle.
Gero escaped the danger, but the adventure taught him to keep on terms of at least outward peace with his little foe.