Giò is an Italian nickname for Giovanni (name) and Giorgio (name).
It may also refer to:
- 11084 Giò, a main belt asteroid
GIO (Gnome Input/Output) is a library, designed to present programmers with a modern and usable interface to a virtual file system. It allows applications to access local and remote files with a single consistent API, which was designed "to overcome the shortcomings of GnomeVFS" and be "so good that developers prefer it over raw POSIX calls."
GIO serves as low-level system library for the GNOME Shell/ GNOME/ GTK+ software stack and is being developed by The GNOME Project. It is maintained as a separate library, libgio-2.0, but it is bundled with GLib. GIO is free and open-source software subject to the requirements of the GNU Lesser General Public License.
Gio (born 6 April 1990, Madrid, Spain) is a Spanish singer, actor, songwriter and producer. He started his career singing Gospel music in different choirs from Madrid, earlier he becomes one of a member mixband called D-ViNe, who were finalists on the TV show Salvemos Eurovision in 2008 to represent Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest 2008 with the song "I Do You". In 2008, he signed with AMZ Records after being seen on television by the director of the record company, but that didn't work. After working as an actor in different shows and writing and producing songs for other artists, Gio was a semifinalist on the TV Show Destino Eurovision 2011. In 2011 Gio released his first solo album Mentiras, Sexo y Gafas de Sol signed with Nat Team Media.
Usage examples of "gio".
When Gio came to a stop at the last of the soda machines, he put his hands in his pockets, like he was trying to think of what to say.
It felt like Gio had walloped me with a two-by-four, pulled my teeth out with a pair of rusty pliers, and made me rinse with Ty-D-Bol.
I made a resolution right then and there that Gio would never see inside my house.
The irony here was that as bad as Gio was, these old people loved him.
I began to worry that Gio was some total sicko setting me up so that everyone could mock me.
The witch looked all scared and stuff while Gio closed the door to the band room and then from the wall ripped down the Fillmore Mountain Goats marching flag.
Houdini could pull off that trick with a twenty-foot rope, Gio pointed out to me, a few feet of silk cord was going to be cake.
Lord of the Flies crew thought Gio was faking the apology as much as the Doormat probably thought my part in it was bogus.
I felt at seeing Gio, his blond head bobbing and ducking among the crowd of bullies we had duped, smiling at me as I left.
It took the goat only a moment to decide that Gio was the kind of guy worth following and more or less obediently amble beside him around the pen.
This was the moment that would cement my reputation as a school legend, like Gio promised.
When Gio eased into the closet, I was surprised to find my eyes were closed.
When I stood up to make room for him in the closet, the Gio smell blotted out all that goat funk.
After kissing him there was nothing I wanted more than to make Gio proud.
Both Gio and I skidded to a stop when we saw him, but Rambo was already off and running again.