spottedcat wrote:Router (as in networking) derives from 'route' in the sense of a 'way, road, or course of travel or passage from one place to another'. In Blighty, route is pronounced 'root', because the word is derived from the French, and that's how they pronounce it. (I think.)
donoreo wrote:How do you pronounce router?
1. r out r
2. r oot r
I have only heard 1 until the other day when I heard rooter being used.
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