A is for A-koo-chee-moya.
B is for B-4. Should have been Lore.
C is for Cardassian voles, which infested certain nooks and crannies of the former Terok Nor space station after the Federation and the Bajorans took over.
D is for the Delta Flyer. Too big to fit through Voyager's door.
E is for Excelsior. She's supposed to have trans-warp drive.
F is for Farragut. At least four Federation starships bore this name.
G is for gossamer mice, sensitive and translucent lab animals that McCoy kept in sickbay.
H is for the Hill People of the Argus River region of Rigel IV.
I is for Irina Galliulin. Chekov finally gets a girl. And she screws him over for her hippy friends.
J is for James Tiberius Kirk, a daring man in any timeline.
K is for KHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAN!!!
L is for Light Speed. Also known as Warp Factor 1.
M is for M-class, where we're from.
N is for Nebulae. There are so many of them conveniently located in the Trekverse.
O is for the Obsidian Order of Cardassia.
P is for the Preservers.
Q is for Quantum realities other than our own.
R is for Ruk.
S is for Sarek, the legendary Vulcan ambassador to Earth and the Federation and the father of Spock.
T is for Talas. Shran's lost love. Not bad for a blueskin.
U is for Underground launch facility for the Phoenix warp ship.
V is for Vertical turbolift shaft of ridiculous height on the Enterprise-A. The shaft's so high that it wouldn't even fit the Enterprise-D. Never mind the fact that the decks were numbered backwards.
W is for Warriors of the Klingon Empire.
X is for Xendi Starbase 9.
Y is for Yellow Alert status aboard Federation starships and other vessels.
Z is for Zetar.