RE: article that uses word 'google'

Subject: RE: article that uses word 'google'
From: "Cassandra Greer" <cassandra -at- greer -dot- de>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 22 Oct 2004 09:31:04 +0200

In German, the verbs are googeln (I'm only checking past participles here:
gegoogelt 30,400 hits), ergoogeln (ergoogelt 2,200 hits), vergoogeln
(vergoogelt 197 hits), begoogelt (begoogelt 17 hits), abgoogeln (abgegoogelt
88 hits), ausgoogeln (ausgegoogelt 463 hits), rumgooglen (rumgegoogelt 545
hits), durchgoogeln (durchgegoogelt 356 hits), zugoogeln (zugegoogelt 41
hits)... There is even one hit for vollgoogeln. I am sure there are more. I
here it is now in the latest Duden (for all those who know what that is..)

Cass :)

> "... "Googling" has become so commonplace that it is now a verb ..."
> Says CBS news..... (on googling google)
> Regards,
> Sonja Marnewick


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