Google has become such a large part of life and modern speech that it has officially been made a verb. It was added to the latest edition of the Merriam-Webster Dictionary as a transitive verb with a lower case â€œgâ€. The dictionary defines it as: â€œto use the Google search engine to obtain information (as a person) on the World Wide Webâ€.
It was also added to the Online Edition of the Oxford English Dictionary in June as a verb, and is defined as â€œTo use the Google search engine to find information on the internet. To search for information about (a person or thing) using the Google search engine.â€ Oxford, unlike Merriam-Webster, choose to use an upper case â€œG.â€