I think this is a really silly idea, I am afraid, for several reasons
- clients do not want to know, and do not need to know the mechanics and the ( sometimes plain meaningless) jargon...they need to be spoken to respectfully,in plain English
- not even photographers and especially the new self appointed "professional photographers", know what is meant by some of the terms which they throw around so casually
- some of the terms in your list so far, are not uiversally used or even recognised, and some of "definitions" have been defined incorrectly
- inclusion of diamonds, chefs and raw fish, just make you look as if you are trying to be smart, and knowledgeable in a world alien to the general consumer...in other words you are talking down to them and showing contempt for them, which along with photographic gear snobbery ( which you have given a run as well) is what gives photographers a bad name.
"Better educated consumers are better for the photography as a whole" Maybe, but consumers want to see results, they don't really want to know how you got them, the gear you use, the software you process with, or the language you bandy about to try and give the impression of being a knowledgeable "professional"
It may seem harsh, but you are actually giving the strong impression that in your "perfect world", clients are listening to and being impressed by you, instead of you actually listening to, and providing a service for you client.
The hint here is if you are talking to them in language full of these words, they definitely are not listening.