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Italian pronunciation:

AHJ-Jyoh

"A" as in "Father." "G," in this case, is an equivalent to an English "J" (seen in "Judge.") Both "GG"s must be separately pronounced, with success found by the simple path of stressing the letter immediately before ("A"), and rolling steadily through. "I" is stressed to "EE." "O" is rounded, resulting in a nice "Oh."
Having said all of that-- "-Gio," in all truth, equals "Gee-Oh"... but is meshed to "JYOH" when spoken. [noted -ed]
Francesca  1/19/2012

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