Not definitive. Just a few definitions for your information.
Acolytes - Pair of people carrying candles. For best comic effect, ensure a two foot disparity in acol-height
Barbecue - Breaks out unexpectedly in clergy gardens in the summer. You can save the ash as a top up for next Ash Wednesday. As long as you don't mind the congregation smelling of old lamb fat.
Church - If you are a proper clergy as seen on TV, this is where you hang out all day when you leave the manse. Try to be really odd and adopt a few nervous tics when people pop in. They'll think they've wandered into an episode of Midsomer Murders.
Damnation - Inseparable or completely irrelevant to the Gospel. You decide. No really, apparently you do.
Epistle - The reading to preach from if you're Evangelical. Clarity, precision, salvation by faith alone. Avoid James.
Flower Arrangers - The step on the Church fear hierarchy between the Bishop and God.
Gospel - The thing to preach from if you're a liberal. Narrative is so much easier to draw your own conclusions from.
Home Visits - An afternoon spent finding the people at the care home, who have a special communion because they can't get to Church, are at the sea side.
Iranaeus of Lyons - Bloke you last heard of at college. You vaguely suspect he may have been an early ice cream seller.
Joshua and Judges - Books you don't want to think about too much.
Kenosis - The feeling you get about 1.30 on a Sunday afternoon.
Latecomers - Also God's children. And a relief when the church is empty at 10 o'clock
Martyrdom - Feeling you get at Church Council when you try to replace the old hymn books.
Novus Ordo - Catholic Electro-pop group
Origen - Church Father who discovered evolution. Hence his nickname, "Origen of the Species".
Prayerbook - A "Goldilocks' concept - too old, too new, too childish but rarely just right.
Queering Theology - Evokes the reaction "nice sermon, Vicar".
Reverend - Word that automatically makes the ones around it the incorrect address. Nobody ever knows whether it's Reverend Brown, The Reverend Brown, Reverend James, Reverend James Brown etc. You can take exception to all of them. Especially when your name is Mary Jones.
Sabbath - Day for working slightly harder than all the others.
Theology Book - Something purchased between 3 years and a month before ordination.
Unitarianism - Not as theologically distinct from many theologies as the Creed might suggest.
Vanity - If it really all is, you may be in for a shock these says. Just after you insist you know best.
Wedding - A lovely fulfilling afternoon with happy people in Church. Just enjoy it.
Xmas - Not an abbreviation worth getting het up over. Older than you think.
Year (Liturgical) - Starts at the wrong time. With variable length seasons. And Advent doesn't start on December 1. In fact half the time it starts in November. And don't even get me started on Year(Methodist).
Zoriastrianism - If you focus on the fear of the Devil as much as the love of God, you may be veering over here. Recalibrate your Theology. It's not like World War 2 was. We already know who wins.