This is an irregular feature - both in frequency and oddness - dedicated to a word I came across that I have never previously used.
azerty or AZERTY adj. - Having a European typewriter keyboard layout: using the commonest type of computer or typewriter keyboard layout in continental Europe, where the top row of letters, beginning from the left, are A, Z, E, R, T, Y. See also qwerty.
French keyboards swap the "Q" and "W" with "A" and "Z", and move "M" to the right of "L." Italian typewriter keyboards sometimes use a QZERTY layout where "Z" is swapped with "W" and "M" is at the right of "L". German keyboards add the umlaut symbol to the right of "P" and "L", and switch the "Z" and "Y" keys both because "Z" is a more common letter than "Y" in Germanic languages.