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GYRO MEANING IN URDU

Definition & Synonyms

• Gyrolepis

  1. (n.) A genus of ganoid fishes, found in strata of the new red sandetone, and the lias bone beds.

• Gyroma

  1. (n.) A turning round.

• Gyromancy

  1. (n.) A kind of divination performed by drawing a ring or circle, and walking in or around it.

• Gyron

  1. (n.) A subordinary of triangular form having one of its angles at the fess point and the opposite aide 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.

• Gyrostat

  1. (n.) A modification of the gyroscope, consisting essentially of a fly wheel fixed inside a rigid case to which is attached a thin flange of metal for supporting the instrument. It is used in studying the dynamics of rotating bodies.

• Gyrostatics

  1. (n.) The doctrine or theory of the gyrostat, or of the phenomena of rotating bodies.

• Gyrodus

  1. (n.) A genus of extinct oolitic fishes, having rounded teeth in several rows adapted for crushing.

• Gyropigeon

  1. (n.) A flying object simulating a pigeon in flight, when projected from a spring trap. It is used as a flying target in shooting matches.

• Gyrogonite

  1. (n.) The petrified fruit of the Chara hispida, a species of stonewort. See Stonewort.

• Gyroscope

  1. (n.) A form of the above apparatus, invented by M. Foucault, mounted so delicately as to render visible the rotation of the earth, through the tendency of the rotating wheel to preserve a constant plane of rotation, independently of the earths motion.
  2. (n.) A rotating wheel, mounted in a ring or rings, for illustrating the dynamics of rotating bodies, the composition of rotations, etc. It was devised by Professor W. R. Johnson, in 1832, by whom it was called the rotascope.