I'm no expert in terms and here are a few to get started. Feel free to add or correct
    A
  • Agura: A less severe tie similar to an ebi
  • Aomuke shibari - face up suspension
  • Asanawa: Literally, hemp (asa) nawa (rope). Hemp is used here to describe a type of fibre, not a specific plant. Typically, it is jute.

    E
  • Ebi: The "shrimp" tie
  • Ebi-tsuri: The "shrimp" tie suspension

    F
  • Fumo-tsuri: Suspension by one crooked leg

    H
  • Hishi: A tie using diamond shapes. When done as a full body tie, it is sometimes also called hishi-kikkou. The hishi has been popularized by manga, or cartoon, art.
  • Hashi:Chopstick

    K
  • Karada: Japanese word for body. Used in Western terminology to mean body harness or a "rope dress"
  • Kataashi tsuri: One-legged suspension
  • Kikkou: A body tie that ends with a tortoise shell design in the front upper torso.
  • Kinbaku: Literally tight binding. Generally, only understood as bondage within SM/rope community.

    M
  • M-jo: Masochist/bottom/sub

    N
  • Newaza: Floor work. Word borrowed from martial arts.
  • Nawa: Rope
  • Nawa yoi: Literally 'rope drunk'. Sub-spaced.
  • Nawashi: -shi donotes a trade/profession, like -or, -er or -ist in English, e.g. professor, winemaker. Thus, nawashi is used to describe a rigger of professional level but could as easily be applied to a rope-maker.

    R
  • Ryo-tekubi shibari: Both wrists tied together. It does not matter where the wrists are, or if the tie is cinched, as long as the wrists are tied together.
  • Ryo-ashi tsuri: Suspending your model with both legs together, i.e. binding both ankles together.

    S
  • S-jo: Sadist/top/master/mistress
  • Sakasa tsuri: Inverted suspension, the m-jo is hanging head down and the body vertical, not supported by a tsuri nawa on the takate kote. (when pronouncing stress the first SA)
    santen zuri
  • Santen tsuri: Suspended from the takate kote with the ankles in front. Sort of sitting position. San means three, this refers to the number of suspension lines. Another word for santen tsuri is M zuri because the body and the knees up form the letter M.
  • Sensei: Teacher, master, doctor; he who has gone before.
  • Shibari: Literally tying, weaving. Generally, only understood as bondage within SM/rope community.
  • Shuuchi nawa/shibari: Ties designed to embarass the subject.

    T
  • Tanuki: "Racoon dog, suspension by hands and feet tied close together.
  • Tazuki: Criss-cross harness
  • Tenugui: Cloth usually typically as gag or blindfold
  • Teppo shibari: Named for the Japanese flintlock rifle, the Teppo.
  • Tomei nawa: The safety rope between arms and chest; the cinch.
  • Tsuka Maki: Sword hilt wrap finishing where the rope is wrapped around and around other ropes.
  • Tsuri: Suspension (alt. zuri)
  • Tsuri nawa: Suspension rope

    U
  • Ushirode shibari: A tie on the back of the body. See also: ryo-tekubi shibari
  • Ushirode-gassho shibari: A tie usual referred to in English as the "reverse prayer tie." This tie is only for the limber! There are Buddhist and Western variations.
  • Ushiro Takate Kote: Foundational form for most shibari ties, capturing the upper body / breasts and arms in a "U" shape behind the back
  • Ushiro tasuki shibari: The ushiro tasuki shibari is a hojojitsu inspired bondage. In this pattern the hands are tied in a "W" position on the back and an "X" shape is created between the breast.

    Y
  • Yoko tsuri: Sideways suspension

    Z
  • Zuri: Alternative spelling to Tsuri



P.S. Shinju and Sakuranbo are not kinbaku terms. They were coined by a Westerner, although similar ties exist in traditional forms. Does anyone know who?