I've included a glossary with this moves list for one main reason, the list was meant to be used as a resource for a play by e-mail game, however, it's been made pretty broad to explain what the moves are to someone who's just curious. Anyhow, here's some of the terms, most are no brainers but, hey, it doesn't hurt to 'splain things from time to time.
Apron Dive : The attacker runs down the ring apron and jumps onto on opponent who is on the floor. Cactus Jack is known for his "Hipbuster" Apron Dive Elbow Drop.
Catapult : A "Catapult" move is a move where the attacker grabs the ring ropes and uses them to launch themselves at an opponent. This is also known as a "Slingshot" move. However, in game terms, a slingshot is also a move where you bounce someone off the top rope, so "Catapult" was adopted for these moves.
Corkscrew : A corkscrew move is a move where the attacker spins their body prior to doing the move. Hector Garza is well known for his Corkscrew Plancha dive to the floor. Chippira ASARI and Super Loco/Hysteria do a corkscrew moonsault (The Sky Twister Press)
Corner : A move done in while the victim is in the corner. The Stinger Splash is a corner flying body press.
Crossface : A Crossface hold is usually added to submission holds. The attacker wraps one arm cross the face of the victim and pulls back. Bob Backlund is known for his crossface chickenwing.
Flying : Flying applies to any jumping move in game terms, but is tagged to anything that is not off ring ropes. e.g. Tito Santana's flying forearm Smash, a forearm smash where he jumped and hit the victim in the head.
Handspring : The attacker preforms a cartwheel prior to executing the move. The Great Muta is known for his Handspring Back Elbow Smash into the corner.
Moonsault : A move where the attacker applies a backflip onto the victim. The attacker is facing away from the victim when doing this.
Off of the [Top/Second] Rope : The attacker preforms a move while standing on the ring ropes. In most of these cases however, the victim is either standing or laying on the mat or the floor.
Somersault : The attacker performs a forward flip prior to executing a move. 2 Cold Scorpio and Juventud Guerrera are known for their Top Rope Somersault splashes (aka the 450 degree splash)
Shooting Star : A shooting star is sort of a backwards moonsault and is in general only done off the top rope. The attacker is facing towards the victim. The attacker jumps and performs a back flip and lands on the victim. Jushin Lyger is known for first doing the Shooting Star Press (a facing towards the ring moonsault splash), however, Billy Kidman and Marc Mero have also used this as their finisher. The move is difficult to do as the attack's body has to be making foward momentum as they back flip their body.
Slingshot : A "slingshot" move is a move where the attacker drops the victim on the ring ropes and uses the momentum as they "bounce" off to execute a move. Tully Blanchard's finisher was a slingshot suplex.
Springboard : The attacker leaps onto the ring ropes and springs off of them towards the victim. Brian Pillman's "Air Pillman" clothesline was a springboard clothesline and Rey Misterio Jr.'s finisher is a springboard hurricarana
Standing Head Scissors : This is basically where you have someone in position for a piledriver. That is, the victim's head is placed between the legs of the attacker.
Standing On the Top Rope : In this move, both wrestlers are standing on the top rope when the attacker hits their move. Dynamite Kid was well know for his Standing on the Top Rope Superplex and Chris Jericho is doing more moves like this, e.g. The Both Wrestlers Standing on the Top Rope Hurricarana.
Suicida : A "Suicida" move is a move where the attacker jumps out of the ring at the victim. Luchadors do many "Suicida" moves.
Super : Generally, a "Super" move is a move where the attacker is standing on the second rope with the victim sitting on the top turnbuckle and executes the move to throw them off, e.g. A super-plex
With Twist : A "With Twist" move is a move where the attacker does a turn around before doing the move. This commonly involves moves off the top rope. The attacker is facing away from the victim and does a turn around move to hit the victim.