It should be "yir" when meaning give, all tenses of the verb keep the yi-sound (in any dialect). When pronounced with a hard g it changes meaning to a noun with the exact same spelling: gir (neuter) = gear (as in machinery) (to change/shift gear - å gire).
Just a heads up, the audp for this makes gir henne impossible to hear without hitting the slow speed button. It is so fast i only heard it once after the 70th time prior to understanding it in turtle speed. Will flag just in case.