I just discovered that my favorite Jeopardy Archive site has a glossary in its Help section that includes almost 50 words. Here are some of my favorites -
e's book How To Get on Jeopardy! and Win!, Forrest called the strategy the "Rubin bounce" for his classmate at the University of Michigan Law School, who suggested it.
n. during the reveal of the Final Jeopardy! Round responses and wagers, a camera shot trained on a player with a trailing score going into the round to capture that player's reaction to a surprise win.
etymology Coined by Jordan Honan after its use to show Robert Slaven's reaction to his come-from-behind win in his Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 2 game against Eugene Finerman and Michael Dupée, after Nancy Zerg, whose reaction to her come-from-behind win against Ken Jennings #4657, aired (2004-11-30) was the first to be captured by a camera shot trained on her immediately following the reveal of Ken's wager in his losing game. In an epilogue to a rerun of this game aired on 2009-09-10, Alex Trebek acknowledged the fan use of the term.
I especially love the etymologies. Be sure to check out the other Jeopardy terms at the Jeopardy Archive site.