"Ungoogleable" won't become an official word in Sweden ... at least, not this year.
As Sveriges Radio reports (found via The Verge), the Language Council of Sweden won't be adding ogooglebar, which translates to "ungoogleable," to its official list of new words for 2012.
The Council's planned definition for the word, based on common use there, was something "that can not be found on the Web using a search engine." But Google asked for an edit; it wanted the word to only refer to something that can't be found using Google.
Rather than change its definition, the Council decided to drop [...]
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