a pedal kick is different from just a forwards hop, you can do proper pedal kicks on a unicycle too.
A bunny hop on a bike can mean anything from a hop on the spot, to a riding hop, to a side hop, that’s why trials riders have different names for hops. Where they make sense most people use bike trials / bmx / skater names anyway, eg. side hop, pedal kick, grind, pedal grab, tabletop, foot plant.
As far as spins go, it seems dumb to call a 360 unispin a “360 spin” because you’ve then got a dilemma about what to call a 360 spin, where you stay on the unicycle and spin it round whilst riding, or a 360 hop spin, where you jump and spin 360 degrees with the unicycle, or if you jump and do a 360 spin, is that a 360 unispin or a 360 on the unicycle?
Other than that, it seems to me, most of the moves with boring names are things that are dull to watch, one footing, wheel walk etc. Giving them cool names isn’t going to make them suddenly cool. The only reason unispins have a slightly dumb name is because someone sneaked a cool looking (as opposed to just difficult) move into the 10 skill levels.
I reckon if you invent a new move or combo then give it a name and see if it sticks, but just trying to say “these are the names you should use” to everyone out there for tricks they’re already doing is a waste of time.
Toofeno is a perfect example of why trying to prescribe names is pointless, if you meet up with other unicyclists they don’t know what you’re talking about, even if they can do the trick.