The English language is flexible and has always been amenable to adopting words from other tongues or to the creation of new words when required. Sometimes, though, we should follow the advice of Nancy Reagan and Just Say No. Some words should not be thought, much less uttered. Two examples from yesterday:
New noun: suicider: “It is dangerous in Iraq because there are some who believe that we're soft, that the will of the United States can be shaken by suiciders -- and suiciders who are willing to drive up to a Red Cross center, a center of international help and aid and comfort, and just kill.”
-- President Bush, at his news conference
New verb: to component: “I mean, believe me, there is an architecture here that is extremely componentized and broken down into pieces.”
-- Bill Gates, in an interview
NO! Speak English, dammit.