I was reading this page :
Understand Field Type Detection and Naming Improvements - Tableau
Keywords Code, Key, and ID
Field names that contain the following keywords and meet the conditions listed are treated as dimensions instead of measures.
- Contains keywords Code, ID, or Key.
- Keywords are either separated from other text in the field name by non-letter characters, all capitalized, or the first letter is capitalized in a field name that otherwise has mixed casing.
- Keywords are at the beginning or end of the field name, with leading or trailing non-letter characters. In Chinese, Japanese, and Korean, the key word must be located at the end of the field name.
|English||Code, Id, Key|
|French||Cle, Clé, Identificação, Identificador|
|German||Chiffre, Kennung, Kennnummer, Id, Identität, Schlüssel|
|Spanish||Clave, Id, Identificación|
In case you're not fluent in French, Identificação and Identificador are not french at all... however ID is a very common keyword even in French database. I'm very surprised it's the only language where it's not a keyword. Also, Code is very used.
On the same topic, the french translation of the page translates also... the keywords
|Anglais||Code, ID, clé|
|Français||Cle, Clé, Identificação, Identificador|
|Allemand||Chiffre, Kennung, Kennnummer, Id, Identität, Schlüssel|
|Espagnol||Clave, Id, Identificación|