@thao2997 I had to look this up. I to thought it was French in origin, but its not exactly clear where the modern word comes from. Below is the results of my web search.
1580s, "cooling drink of fruit juice and water," from French sorbet (16c.), probably from Italian sorbetto , from Turkish serbet (see sherbet). Perhaps influenced in form by Italian sorbire "to sip." Meaning "semi-liquid water ice as a dessert" first recorded 1864.
@thao2997 smoothies are very common in Canada, where I am and the USA. The ingredients for smoothies vary a lot. They are generally defined as drinkable through a straw. not rigid like Ice cream or sorbet.