Americano: A coffee made with two shots of espresso
Breve: A latte made with half and half
Cappuccino: A drink made with espresso and foamed milk - much foamier than the steamed milk in a latte.
Con Panna: Italian for "with whipped cream"
Double: Two shots of espresso in a drink
Dry: More foam less milk
Espresso: Coffee's purest, sweetest, most intense form
Grande: Starbucks second-largest size, 16 fl. oz.
Half-Caf: One shot of regular and one shot of decaf
Latte: A drink made with espresso and steamed milk
Light: Less of something in a drink, such as "light syrup" or "light whip"
Macchiato: Italian for "marked" or "stained". For example, the Starbucks carmel macchiato
Misto: Italian for "mixed"; in a combination of drip coffee and steamed milk
Mocha: A drink made with espresso, chocolate and steamed milk
Quad: Four shots of espresso in a drink
Ristretto: A short pull of espresso, capturing only the sweetest part
Short: Starbuck smallest beverage size, 8 fl. oz.
Single: One shot of espresso in a drink
Skinny: Made with nonfat milk
Tall: Starbucks regular beverage size, 12 fl. oz.
Triple: Three shots of espresso in a drink
Venti: Starbucks largest beverage size, 20 fl. oz. for hot drinks and 24 fl. oz. for cold drinks
Wet: More milk, less foam
Whip: Short for whipped cream
With Room: Space to add milk in a drink, usually an americano or brewed coffee