Etymology
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gyrus (n.)

convolution between grooves of the brain, 1827, from Latin gyrus "circle, circuit, career," from Greek gyros "a ring, circle" (see gyre (n.)).

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Definitions of gyrus

gyrus (n.)
a convex fold or elevation in the surface of the brain;
Synonyms: convolution
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