A is for Attack Cruiser, a class of combat vessel in some fleets and space forces. The Vor'cha-class attack cruiser was a Klingon example.
B is for Baroner. Pseudonym used by Jim Kirk on Organia.
C is for Commodore, a rank that fell out of favor in Starfleet by the 24th century.
D is for Dunsel.
E is for Earth Colonies. There were a nice handful out in space by the time the NX program was launched and the first Enterprise was commissioned.
F is for Federation Funny Farm.
G is for Gorn uniforms. They were minimal....and kind of amusing.
H is for Hindu Festival of Lights. Celebrated aboard the Enterprise in the 24th C.
I is for Ill-Advised. Will Decker thought pressing deeper into the V'Ger cloud was ill-advised, but Kirk overrode him.
J is for the Jupiter 8. Featured in an automoblie commercial being broadcast from an Earth-parallel planet from "Bread and Circuses".
K is for Klingon bastard!
L is for LCARS. The magical computer system of the Enterprise.
M is for Melakon, the real power behind the throne on planet Ekos.
N is for the NX-01. The first starship named Enterprise.
O is for Orion slave market. Jonathan Archer was one of the first Earth humans to ever see one.
P is for Peter Preston. He's dead Jim.
Q is for Quark's Bar. Everybody knew your name, especially Constable Odo.
R is for Romulan Ale. I only use it for medicinal purposes.
S is for Star Trek, Star Fleet, and starships.
T is for Terrorism. The Ansata terrorists of Rutia were quite skilled at the tactic.
U is for Universal translator.
V is for Victim. The guy in the red shirt will be a Victim.
W is for Worf. Was in more episodes of Star Trek than Obrien.
X is for Xindi Council. They governed what was left of the Xindi people after the destruction of their homeworld in the 21st century.
Y is for Yellow Alert. Stay sharp everyone.
Z is for Zek, who loved his beetle snuff. Did he ever love his beetle snuff.