I have being participating and reading discussions about tags. On some of these discussions the OP included a tag term that looks easy to understand like "hyphenated tag" (a tag having an hyphen) but sometimes the same term is used to refer to a "new meaning" like a
hyphenated tag is a tag made of multiple "tags" separated by hyphens but there are other questions that use a different term for the same meaning like "composite tag".
Rather than discussing this particular case I would like your help about how to proceed when a new meaning arises for a term that has an accepted meaning between SE tag experts but might not be so obvios for others.
I.E. here we have What is a blocked tag? (now about "blocked tag" but originally was about "blacklisted tag". Either of these terms is included in Stack Exchange Glossary - Dictionary of Commonly-Used Terms.
Some discussions on this site about tag terms
Not so commonly used (ordered by Q id)
Compound tag ->
- How can we address compound badge tags on Meta? (i.e. let's group [epic] and [legendary])
- How should "compound" tags be handled?
- "[open]" + "[source]" versus "[open-source]" (the answer uses the referred term)
- What are the Technical and Usability Limitations of the Tag System? (the answer uses the referred term)
- Compound tags: Do we need them? (from Islam Meta)
- Is the [date] tag useful? (from Web Applications, the answer uses the referred term)
- Should an ORACLE-SPATIAL tag be created? (from DBA Meta, the answer uses the referred term)
Superset-tag -> Tag policy: include superset tags?
Hyphenated tag ->
Composite tag ->
- Why can you put a single + in the tags field?
- How to deal with redundant composite tags
- Query about the tag to use for Questions on SSIS Data Flow tasks (from SO, one of the answers use the referred term)
Hybrid tag -> We should NOT have hybrid tags
Overloaded tag ->
- scribe is an overloaded tag
- Someone overloaded tag; how should we "unload"? (from SO Meta)
- Proposal to remove tags like brick-wall and road-block (from Genealogy & Family History, one of the answers use the referred term)
- Combination tags
- Redundant tags
- Redundant composite tag -> How to deal with redundant composite tags