γῦρος

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From Proto-Indo-European *geu ‎(to curve, to bend), same source as Old Armenian կոր ‎(kor), Lithuanian gurnas ‎(ankle, hip, bone), and Norwegian kaure ‎(curly lock of hair).

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γῦρος ‎(gûrosm ‎(genitive γύρου); second declension

  1. ring, circle

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