The kickflip is a maneuver in skateboarding in which the rider flips their skateboard 360° along the axis that extends from the nose to the tail of the deck.
A noseslide is performed by riding parallel to an obstacle (ledge, rail, etc...) The skateboarder then does an ollie and turns the board 90 degrees.
Performed by ollieing over/onto the obstacle and fitting the edge/rail between the tail and back truck of one's skateboard and sliding.
A four-wheeled slide where the skateboarder puts one hand on the ground and rotates the board while it is still on the ground, effectively sliding on the wheels of the skateboard.
A combination of a tailslide and a nose slide between two obstacles at the same time. Rarely seen as not many obstacles allow you to do this trick.
Performed by flipping the board into a nosecasper via half impossible and sliding on the nose in a nose casper position.
Same as a blunt slide, only performed with the nose and the front wheels. 90-degree ollie over the object to be sliding, locking the nose into a slide position.
Similar to a boardslide only the skater turns 90 degrees so that the trailing trucks are placed over the rail/ledge/coping and the skater slides on the middle of the board.
Also known as a Sergio slide, a layback is a frontside slide performed while riding downhill by placing your uphill hand on the ground behind the tail of your board and breaking the rear wheels out of traction.
This is where a rider wearing sliding gloves performs a frontside slide using their downhill hand with the glove to break the wheels free of traction while swinging the uphill hand close to the body to revert the board back from the initial slide in a pendulum motion.
This is a four-wheeled slide performed on inclines, banks, ditches, and transition. most common riding frontside or straight up the transition.
A casperslide is performed by flipping the board into an up-side down state with one foot on the bottom (now top) of the tail and the front foot underneath the front truck and sustaining momentum, thus sliding on the tip of the board's concave.
Boardslide, aka Railslide
The board straddles the obstacle perpendicularly as the skateboarder slides along the center of the board. Most commonly when people refer to boardslides, it is a backside boardslide unless stated otherwise.