We have a Help Center article on the types of questions that should not be asked here:
every answer is equally valid: “What’s your favorite ______?”
There are 15 undeleted answers. You accepted one a net score of 7. But there are also answers with net scores of 48, 34, 17, 13. As of now, there are 10 positively scored answers. It doesn't appear like it's possible for the community to normalize on an answer that is the right answer to the question and several are equally valid or good.
there is no actual problem to be solved: “I’m curious if other people feel like I do.”
It's not clear to me what problem you are trying to solve. We have a list of things that are on-topic in the Help Center: methods and practices, requirements, architecture, design, quality assurance, testing, configuration management, builds, deployments, and releases. I don't see how you have a problem regarding any of these things.
You may have a communication problem. But that's not something that falls within our scope. We all know that naming things is hard. I can point to many examples of lack of terminology in software engineering - just take a look at the SEI's collections (yes, there are 4 collections) of definitions of "software architecture".
you are asking an open-ended, hypothetical question: “What if ______ happened?”
This may not have been your intention, but people are giving examples of words and phrases that they think are best, not providing a definition. Consider that yes/no questions are not a good fit for the Stack Exchange format. Questions should be able to explain how or why. Because there isn't a fact or reference based answer to your question, it's driving people to post their own opinions.