I just started taking disc seriously this year and Im still a littleunfamiliar with all the lingo. I thought it would be a good topic for noobs also to see what different terminology people use for the same meaning
your definition for Hyzer, Anhyzer, Overstable and Understable are not quite accurate. Though they are for RHBH (and Left Hand Forehand, LHFH).
When throwing LHBH (or RHFH), the direction the disc turns is the oposite as you say. Think of Hyzer & Overstable as the "natural" direction a disc will turn as it decreases speed, while Anhzer and Understable as the opposite direction.
Turnover is a disc thrown flat that turns to the right for RHBH or mirror image if thrown LHBH. Same goes for forehand drives. A turnover is different than an anhyzer in that a turnover is thrown flat and an anhyzer is thrown in an arching motion similar to that of a rainbow. But to be very general turnover is similar to that of an anhyzer.
ace = hole in one, deuce = 2 for tournament scoring and one under par for the course scoring, eagle is two under the course par, and double eagle is 3 under the course par. so if the course par is 5 and you shot a 2 that is a double eagle..
mulligan , for informal rounds , shot again. .o.b.= out of bounds , take a penalty stroke and shot from where it last went out of bounds.