Swedish Language Council

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The Swedish Language Council (Språkrådet) is the primary regulatory body for the advancement and cultivation of the Swedish language.wikipedia
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Language Council

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The council asserts control over the language through the publication of various books with recommendations in spelling and grammar as well as books on linguistics intended for a general audience, the sales of which are used to fund its operation.

Google (verb)

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The word is translated as (and also when translated literally means) ungoogleable.
In 2013 the Swedish Language Council attempted to include the Swedish version of the word ("ogooglebar") in its list of new words, but Google objected to the definition not being specifically related to Google, and the Council was forced to briefly remove it to avoid a legal confrontation with Google.

Dansk Sprognævn

Danish Language BoardDanish Language CouncilDanish Language Committee
Dansk Sprognævn cooperates on a daily basis with its equivalents in the other Scandinavian countries, the Swedish and Norwegian Language Councils, to make sure that the three Mainland Scandinavian languages, which are more or less mutually intelligible, do not diverge more than necessary from one another.

List of language regulators

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The Swedish Language Council (Språkrådet) is the primary regulatory body for the advancement and cultivation of the Swedish language.

Spelling

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The council asserts control over the language through the publication of various books with recommendations in spelling and grammar as well as books on linguistics intended for a general audience, the sales of which are used to fund its operation.

Grammar

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The council asserts control over the language through the publication of various books with recommendations in spelling and grammar as well as books on linguistics intended for a general audience, the sales of which are used to fund its operation.

Linguistics

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The council asserts control over the language through the publication of various books with recommendations in spelling and grammar as well as books on linguistics intended for a general audience, the sales of which are used to fund its operation.

Finnish language

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The council also works with the five official minority languages in Sweden: Finnish, Meänkieli, Yiddish, Romani and Sami alongside the Swedish Sign Language.

Meänkieli dialects

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The council also works with the five official minority languages in Sweden: Finnish, Meänkieli, Yiddish, Romani and Sami alongside the Swedish Sign Language.

Yiddish

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The council also works with the five official minority languages in Sweden: Finnish, Meänkieli, Yiddish, Romani and Sami alongside the Swedish Sign Language.

Romani language

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The council also works with the five official minority languages in Sweden: Finnish, Meänkieli, Yiddish, Romani and Sami alongside the Swedish Sign Language.

Sámi languages

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The council also works with the five official minority languages in Sweden: Finnish, Meänkieli, Yiddish, Romani and Sami alongside the Swedish Sign Language.

Swedish Sign Language

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The council also works with the five official minority languages in Sweden: Finnish, Meänkieli, Yiddish, Romani and Sami alongside the Swedish Sign Language.

Swedish Academy

Svenska AkademienThe Swedish AcademyMSA
The Swedish Language Council comprises other organizations with an interest in the Swedish language, like the Swedish Academy and the Swedish Broadcasting Corporation.

Sveriges Radio

Swedish RadioSRSwedish National Radio
The Swedish Language Council comprises other organizations with an interest in the Swedish language, like the Swedish Academy and the Swedish Broadcasting Corporation.

Nordic countries

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The Swedish Language Council has its roots in the attempt to assert control over the official language use among the Nordic countries.

Denmark

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The first ideas of a joint Nordic project surfaced in the 1930s and resulted in a Danish organization for Nordic language cultivation being founded in 1941.

World War II

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The idea of an all-Nordic cooperation was thwarted by the fact that all Nordic countries with the exception of Sweden were embroiled in the Second World War.

Constituent assembly

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On 3 March 1944 a group of 16 organizations held the first constituent assembly for what was then called Nämnden för svensk språkvård ("The Committee for Swedish Language Cultivation").

Google

Google Inc.Google, Inc.Google LLC
Ogooglebar is a word, in Swedish, that the Swedish Language Council has been forced to remove from its top 10 list of new words by a claim of brand protection from Google.

Institute for the Languages of Finland

Research Institute for the Languages of FinlandKOTUSKotimaisten kielten tutkimuskeskus

Language Council of Norway

Norwegian Language CouncilNorsk språkrådNorwegian Language Committee