Occurs to me maybe I should make some kind of a "sticky" post, to make question-answering easy. I'll just update it as I add words.
Here are some words or abbreviations I've invented.
emerg*** — a lot of people think Phil invented this. That makes perfect sense: Phil's all over the emerg* movement, has written about it, has given talks on it, has lampooned it in PoMotivator posters. Heck, I'd think he made it up, if I hadn't made it up myself. The truth is, Phil's too smart to have invented it. I fabricated it, because I kept seeing Those Folks faulting people for saying "emergent" when they should have said "emerging," and vice-versa. Since to me the difference is largely historical and academic, I just came up with this convenient shorthand. Hardcore geeks will observe that I strictly should have said either emerg*, or emerg???. They'd be right, of course. Oh well, too late. [UPDATE: Stefan Ewing has made a credible claim to be the originator, and the earliest use I can find is his. Yet I have a really distinct memory of making it up. So either I haven't found my earliest use, or didn't notice his use and made it up independently later, or saw his and forgot seeing it. So... this is suspect as a DJPical neologism.]
HSAT — Having Said All That. I was using the phrase enough that a acronym seemed called for.
nomicophobia — irrational fear of any kind of law; knee-jerk dodge-reaction to anyone to mentions a commandment of God that you don't want to obey. Refusal to do anything unless it's on your terms. See further here.
obama — An empty thing onto which people project their own ideas, thoughts, fears and/or aspirations. See further here.
sarkicophobia — The fear of obeying God or doing anything for the glory of God in the flesh. A sarkicophobe would much rather disobey God outright, or do nothing whatever for His name, than do something "in the flesh." See further here.
Have I missed anything? Remind me, if so, and I'll expand.