It would be useful to have a word to describe a person of British heritage, too. (Brit hasn't really caught on, here.)
So on the whole I don't mind if people want to alphabetize something instead of putting it into alphabetical order; I don't mind if people want to do Math instead of Maths.
That word faucet. Force-it.
It's not as pretty as our English word tap, is it?
The Big Tap in Cowes, Victoria, Australia. Photo by Bilby
Word Not To Use Today: faucet. This word comes from the Old French fausset, from the Provençal falcet, from falsar, to bore.
*Even though it's recommended in the Oxford English style book already.