These are some definitions that have manifested themselves as to be self-evident in the shop:
Clamping Pressure - The anxiety a woodworker feels while trying to get all of the parts lined up and clamps clamped before the glue dries up.
Sawdust - The only thing that the Mrs. sees when she pokes her head into the shop to see what you’re tracking into the house.
Research - Trying to find those free plans online of that project you want to build that you originally found late at night four months ago.
Saw Guard - When the Mrs. constantly checks on you to make sure you’re using the safety equipment that came with your table saw, that you promptly removed.
Dust Collection System - Everything you wear while in the shop (i.e. socks, underwear, hat, etc.)
Finger Joint - The swollen knuckle you whacked with the dead blow hammer while assembling your latest project.
Router Guide - The manual that you had to read several times before before figuring out how to use your new power tool.
Hide Glue - The inability to find the adhesive during the assembly process because your shop is so messy.
Tapering Jig - The dance you do when you successfully pull off tapering the legs of the table you're making without damaging yourself or any wood.
Machining Lubricant - The blood that squirts out of your hand after you thought you could hold that piece of metal while drilling a hole in it.
Shop Vac - Sneaking a day off to work in the shop to make some progress on that project that only you care about.
Woodworking Plans - The dream you have of building that perfect piece of furniture and put all those "pros" to shame.
Sanding Block - The inherent resistance you feel to doing all of that sanding towards the end of the project.