Collected the terms that I see represent totally different factors in type, which can cause a lot of confusion.
common use, Myers, etc. Jung's use objective/subjective Thinking/Feeling extraversion/introversion concrete/abstract Sensing/iNtuition extraversion/introversion conscious/unconscious "primary"/"shadow"
Also notable, is "personal" which to writers like Berens/Nardi denotes the introversion of a function, but to writers like Lenore Thomson, it is more associated with Feeling.
When I used to try to read Jung, and I would see terms like "concrete thinking" or that an introverted function or iNtuition itself references the "unconscious", it made it all the more difficult to understand him, and functions like introverted iNtuition. It's "unsconscious" by virtue of being introverted, by being iNtuition, and to me, being "shadow" (not in the primary four)! But then that made me wonder what it's really like for those who prefer it (where it's supposed to be "conscious"). (I don't think N="unsconsious" is from Jung himself, though I could be wrong; but some other Jungians use that)
It's for all of these reasons I've tried to come up with less ambiguous terms:
E: merging with environment; I: splitting from environment; S: tangible; N: conceptual; T: technical; F: humane;
Pi: stored data; Pe: emergent data. Je: set standards; Ji: variables.
Anyone else (particularly someone well versed in Jung) recall any more terms like these?