I worked for two years with no days off, no sick time, no holidays, no vacation. And the bastards stole several thousand dollars from me, docking my overtime pay the same amount they docked normal hours to subtract for health care.
Yee-haw! I just read the OED entry more closely, and there are words there in the citations to curl your eyebrows! Nakedized! Insignificantized! Joe-Millerized! Given all those, and a lot more like them, I can no longer believe anyone even batted an eyelash at little ol’ versionize. Gee willikers!
Whateverize is always a word
Yes, of course versionize is a “real word” — and no disparaging remarks about its parentage should be made in polite company.
This is because ‑ize is a productive suffix in English that’s used to produce a new verb from various nouns and adjectives. That means that...
Oh, and I got to raise a supercilious eyebrow, too.
Which if even ten people smile at, I will be surprised but pleased.