noun, plural gi·ros.
Origin of giro
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Historical Examples of giro
In the middle of June she marshalled her party for a little Canadian giro.Days Off
Henry Van Dyke
The giro proper is an instrument made from the hard fruit whence it derives its name.The Pearl of the Antilles, or An Artist in Cuba
Ponsonby has carried his point, and Vaughan has had a giro to Malta and back, for which the public has to pay.The Greville Memoirs
Charles C. F. Greville
One of these houses on the Giro had for generations been in the possession of the Guai family.
A flash of the true light illuminated the mind of Giro Menotti, but that was extinguished on the scaffold.The Liberation of Italy
Countess Evelyn Martinengo-Cesaresco