Why is the French word for computer "ordinateur". Why did they not just go with "computeur". Now I understand France has a fancy language academy and is snotty about keeping the language "pure", but you'd think that if they were that invested in their language the retards would have known that "compute" originates from 17th century French "computer" in the first place, even though the word fell out of usage in France itself by the time the word "computer" was coined in English.
In conclusion, though it's an English words, the roots of computer are 100% French. Practically every single language in the world uses a variant of "computer", France could have easily just used "computeur", but instead the snotty ignorant "on hon honing" faggots had to go and make up a retarded sounding word that doesn't even make sense in the context of computing. Computers compute instructions, not "order" instructions.
The French are snotty stuck up ignorant faggots for rejecting a word root for being "English" when it actually originated from French, and Latin before even that.