Another word for jargon
Unintelligible, trite, or pretentious speech
argot, shoptalk, slang, colloquialism, neologism, coined word, coinage, cant, buzzword, officialese, legalese, bureaucratese, journalese, computerese, novelese, academese, medicalese, businesspeak, newspeak, pig Latin, dog Latin, patter, localism, rhyming slang, doubletalk, doublespeak, double Dutch, thieves' Latin, peddler's French, lingo*, gobbledygook*, slanguage*, psychobabble*, technobabble*; see also dialect, slang. See syn. study at dialect.
Another word for jargonnoun
Unintelligible or foolish talk:babble, blather, blatherskite, double talk, gabble, gibberish, jabber, jabberwocky, nonsense, prate, prattle, twaddle. See words
A variety of a language that differs from the standard form:argot, cant2, dialect, lingo, patois, vernacular. See words
Specialized expressions indigenous to a particular field, subject, trade, or subculture:argot, cant2, dialect, idiom, language, lexicon, lingo, patois, terminology, vernacular, vocabulary. See words