No, familiarity means prior knowledge or understanding. Intuitive means your instincts (intuition) are usually right. For example, back in the day (10 years ago), I would regularly recommend people try out non-Nokia cellphones. The usual response was "the menus are unintuitive". What they meant was, they had invested so much time in learning to use their Nokia that they couldn't cope with trying anything else. It used to be said often that putting "shut down" on the "start" menu in Windows is ridiculous (which it is) and unintuitive (which it clearly is), but because it's familiar this has become the standard. OSX would definitely be unfamiliar to a Windows user, but there is little that is clearly unintuitive.