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Wind River

Wind River

Wind River

There is a company called Wind River, subsidiary of Intel. It sells systems like pSOS and VxWorks. Makes How do you pronounce the Wind. Is it

wind as in a blowy, windy day
wind as in winding up a person or a length of string

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RE: Wind River

The river in Wyoming is pronounced like the blowing wind.

RE: Wind River

listening to the above link plus one other it sure sounds like wind as in wind, the one that blows.

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RE: Wind River

Who would name a river/company/anything at all Wind (the verb) River?

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