Stop Cut :
Coup d'arrêt - a stop-hit with the edge in sabre, typically to the cuff.
Three Prong :
"Fil de corps épée" - a type of epee body wire/connector; also an old- fashioned tip that would snag clothing, to make it easier to detect hits in the pre-electric era.
Thrown Point :
Coup lancé, "bingo" - a "flick".
Coup de pointe, coup d'estoc - an attack made by moving the sword parallel to its length and landing with the point.
Trompement - deception of the parry.
Two Prong :
"Fil de corps fleuret / sabre" - a type of body-wire/connector, used in foil and sabre.
Coup fouetté - in sabre, a touch that results from the foible of the blade whipping over the opponent's guard or blade when parried.
"Tenue" - fencing clothing.
Yellow Card :Carton jaune - also advertisement, warning; used to indicate a minor rule infraction by one of the fencers.