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11/6/2009, · Don't assume it's an ,English, word. It's not. Derived of the Giro d'Italia It's Italian, and pronounced jee-ro. It means "around". The Giro d'Italia goes "around Italy" (it's a loose translation). A Giro ,helmet, goes "around" your head. Makes sense?
A similar ,helmet,, the cabasset (Spanish: capacete) was also worn during the 16th century and also originated in Spain, but it is unclear if it predated the morion or was an adaptation of it, with some sources saying it was a more modern ,helmet,.The word is likely to derive from the Spanish word "cabeza" (head), although some sources point towards the word "pear" in an Italian dialect, making ...
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I'm writing a paragraph on sports and equipment and I am trying to ,say,, "He uses a ,helmet,." Does anyone know? Thank you! 4581 views. updated May 9, 2010. posted by LTinkerbell. 5 Answers. 2. votes. Jeezle is right, usar does not work in the context. He uses a ,helmet,, you mean: he wears a ,helmet,.