One point I mentioned in the parent thread to this one is that it is not as crucial to know the latin names as it is to know why the fallacy is a fallacy.
Logic is the one area of science that many amatuers tend to ignore. This is a shame. If people spent as much time on it as they do in dark houses with the lights turned off looking for spooks - their work would be far more useful. ;D
Ok possibly should be a different thread, but here's the Ogre's guide to Terminology
Tunnel (archeological context) - usually a drain or an old cellar or reported by someone who is too in to D&D.
Cavalier - (ghost context) - probably someone in fancy dress, as Cavaliers did not look like Cavaliers when roaming the countryside (and could have been Parliamentarian anyway)
Monk - (GC) - Black figure against black background - probably human Brain resolving image at default human setting
Priest Hole - (Architectural context) - If you (a) know about it (b) it has hinges on the outside then it's probably a cupboard
Drummer Boy (GC) - Did NOT exist, any mention of one should be mocked
Torture Chamber - if it's near ground level (and not under it) then probably not. Strangely enough victims could make a fair amount of noise and even the most psychotic Baron / Garrison did not appreciate hours of screaming echoing around the halls.
Racks - any mention of the classic idea of a rack (horizontal with an Igor turning the wheel to stretch the victim) - again mock, did not exist in that form. Most "racks" involved suspension allowing the body weight to do the damage
please let me know of any others that you think of, apologies if I've gone too far off thread
Be affable, but have Occam's Razor in your back pocket.