adjective gy·ron·ny \jīˈränē, ˈjīrənē\

Definition of gyronny

  1. :  divided so as to form a number of gyrons —used of a heraldic coat of arms

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Origin and Etymology of gyronny

Middle English jerownde, gerundi, from Middle French gironné, geronné, from Old French, from giron, geron, noun

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