I'm working on learning French and looked up the word for sherbet. Google said sorbet. In English, sorbet(frozen fruit and sugar) is completely different than sherbet (frozen fruit and milk / dairy). Food network explanation
Talking to a few friends that are fluent in French was unhelpful as they were unfamiliar with what sherbet is. Googling around was unhelpful as the internet gave examples that they mean they same thing, (when they absolutely do not) or why English often pronounces it sherbert in English when there's no R in the word.
I turn to you wise members of French Stack Exchange and hope you can clarify whether Google is confused, English is doing weird things again when taking words from other languages, or French really does use sorbet to refer to both foods.