Camel case. A variable-naming style that separates the parts of a name with capitals, as in FirstSecondThird. See also: pothole case, kebab case.
Kairos. καιρός. "a passing instant when an opening appears which must be driven through with force if success is to be achieved."
Kebab case. A variable-naming style that separates the parts of a name with dashes, as in first-second-third. See also: camel case, pothole case.
Pothole case. A variable-naming style that separates the parts of a name with underscores, as in first_second_third. See also: camel case, kebab case.
PUMP AND DUMP. The political dirty trick of getting a crowd so excited that it charges off to wreck a building or kill someone, so it gets it trouble and discredits the movement, and then quietly leaving before the arrests and shooting.
RAREBIT. Ambrose Bierce (1911): "Rarebit n. A Welsh rabbit, in the speech of the humorless, who point out that it is not a rabbit. To whom it may be solemnly explained that the comestible known as toad in the hole is really not a toad, and that ris de veau à la financière is not the smile of a calf prepared after the recipe of a she banker."