But neither are as embarrassing as Wisconsin’s most misspelled word — their own state name.
And as for Georgia, where Google deemed residents have trouble spelling the word “gray,” critics are pointing out both “grey” and “gray” are acceptable spellings.
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According to Merriam-Webster and Dictionary.com, "gray" is more popular in the U.S. and "grey" is more commonly used in the UK.
As always, Twitter users responded with some sass, helpful advice, possible explanations and, of course, outright embarrassment.
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If some of your embarrassing “how to spell” Google searches are on this list, don’t worry. Even the geniuses at Google make mistakes.
In fact, in their first tweet revealing the list of 2017’s most commonly misspelled words in America, the company misspelled Maryland’s most misspelled word, “ninety.”
Watch the 90th Annual Scripps National Spelling Bee.