Wednesday, 6 August 2008

Cuil PC World:

Seeing as how new search engine is, well, a search engine, its founders might have known that people could easily check online the company's claim that the word "cuil" means "knowledge" in Irish. Because, in fact, it doesn't.

Members of an online Irish language forum have been discussing the word and the company's claims of its definition.

They say the word is most often translated to mean "corner" or "nook," but has sometimes been used for "hazel," as in the nut....

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