First to be clear this is not a shameless plug for my company, for that reason, I will only use the first word even though the full question should include the 2nd word to provide the better example.
When I came up with my company name using the word "Eutopian", I thought I was just playing with the phonetics of the word "utopian" or using "Sensational Spelling", something I just learned about tonight, from using this site. Since it was used to represent a name for my company, I wanted something that would be easy to remember based on the misspelling, or possibly "Satiric misspelling" because I thought that I could also represent the name with a play on the misspelling since my company is 90% an online retail company aka an E-commerce company.
I actually did a search on Google, which lead me to a link to this site where someone actually burst by bubble and explained that according to the Oxford Dictionary, "eutopian" is not spelled incorrectly at all and is defined in that dictionary, which is very strange because while I verified the entry, every search engine (especially Google) is constantly asking me if I meant "Utopian" and if I ask Google to use it's dictionary to define "eutopian" it spits out "No definitions found. Search the web."
Then all of a sudden everyone says the definition is in their dictionary, but it's still trying to suggest I am spelling "utopia" or "utopian" and if I want to search that term instead.
So I guess my question is this: what would you call (if anything) a word which spelling was altered for phonetic / marketing reasons, only to find out that the word is not misspelled, yet 98% of the world insists it is, and even Google (in whatever resource they use for their Dictionary) states it's not a defined word.
Does my question actually make sense? I guess a follow up would be how can I get Google to recognize the spelling of Eutopian since I guess technically it is actually spelled correctly? Thanks!
Sample sentence for single word request: The name of my company is a < insert word >