(heraldry) A triangular form having an angle at the fess point and the opposite side at the edge of the escutcheon.
A subordinary of triangular form having one of its angles at the fess point and the opposite side at the edge of the escutcheon. When there is only one gyron on the shield it is bounded by two lines drawn from the fess point, one horizontally to the dexter side, and one to the dexter chief corner.
A gyron is a triangular heraldic ordinary having an angle at the fess point and the opposite side at the edge of the escutcheon. A shield divided into gyrons is called gyronny, the default is typically of eight if no number of gyrons is specified.
A style of Greek sandwich commonly filled with grilled meat, tomato, onions, and tzatziki sauce.
‘I'll have a gyro, please.’;
a Greek sandwich: sliced roast lamb with onion and tomato stuffed into pita bread
rotating mechanism in the form of a universally mounted spinning wheel that offers resistance to turns in any direction