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OTHER WORDS FROM gyrussub·gy·rus, noun, plural sub·gy·ri.
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Latin, gyrus, the ring in which colts are driven round by horse-breakers.Elements of Morals|Paul Janet
The calcarine fissure passed completely across the gyrus frontitatus on both sides in two cases, on one side in four cases.Degeneracy|Eugene S. Talbot
This condition is asserted by many physicians to be referable to destruction of part of the angular gyrus.
Electric stimuli applied to a part of the uppermost temporal gyrus excites movements of the ears and eyes in the dog.
This region of the cortex occupies in the Primates, including Man, the pre-central gyrus.