Earlier today I wrote the following phrase using the noun Google as a verb:
people are far less likely to Google adjectives than nouns.
There’s no problem with using a noun as a verb in this way, people have “hoovered carpets” for years.
Maybe they googled adjectives or Hoovered carpets?
Google and Hoover are proper nouns requiring a capital. There’s no such thing as a proper verb, so should Google and Hoover take a capital when used as verbs?
I remember a regular supplement in the UK Press Gazette arguing exactly that: a company name used as a verb needs a capital. I’m not convinced.