You can ignore this. It has no impact on your site.¹
What is happening?
When requesting resources from your site, clients (i.e., bots, humans using a browser, …) can send additional request headers (e.g.,
Accept) with values of their choice.
Accept-Language request header tells the server which language(s) are acceptable for the client. Now, instead of sending expected values like
en;q=0.8, de;q=0.7, a client could as well send a value like
I like fruits.
If an applications makes use of these values (and if it doesn’t dismiss invalid ones), it might end up showing these. Which is the case for server logs, or, like in your case, Google Analytics.
Why is this happening?
Authors of the request probably want to lure people to their site. Either in the hope that the logs get published somehow (getting backlinks), or in the hope that website owners find these values in their logs/applications and get curious.
See the Wikipedia page about referer spam. Same idea, different header (
Note about your case: The second-level domain is not
ɢoogle.com (using a "ɢ" instead of a "G").