lucy24 - 3:09 am on Mar 27, 2013 (gmt 0)
btw, I had to read the first post three times before it percolated into my head that "ogooglebar" is the actual Swedish word they're talking about. Led astray by the phonetic accident of "bar", obviously.
o = "un-"
-bar = "-able", "-ible"
D'you suppose this will shortly be followed by similar stories from Norway and Denmark, replacing "o-" with "u-"? What about Germany?
Speakers of languages like English that don't have an Academy-- in any country-- are sitting pretty.