List of Magic Words
...Aggro:Used by Wanda Firebaugh to destroy much of Jetstone's airforce, including the Archon Jaclyn. References the act of getting a monsters attention in an mmorpg, example: attacking a boss to start the fight. Aggro. It was used at the end of several well known gaming cheat codes that let the character access what is known as God Mode in their respective games. Erf-b1-p095
Callahan's:Used by Maggie during the link up of Sizemore Rockwell and Wanda to uncroak the volcano near the end of book one. Could reference Callahan's Crosstime Saloon, a story where unique people gather in a bar owned by Callahan. Telepathy has happened in the saloon several times and it is an all or nothing ordeal. You either share all information with everyone or don't have telepathy and share nothing. Given the nature of Fusion magic, it appears to be the same type of all or nothing ordeal.
Hoboken:Used by MaggieErf-b1-p133 as an offensive attack, but appears not very powerful. References hadoken from the Dragonball or Street Fighter series.
Leverage; Synergy; Paradigm and others: Used by Charlies Archon's to fight the wounded dwagons. Like all of Archon spells, they are plays on management jargon. They are powerful attacks, but seem to be connected to what Jetstone paid for. Erf-b1-p121
Pozzolana: Used by Sizemore to rejuvenate a metal golem that proceeded to kill Webinar and his girlfriend. References a type of volcanic ash. 
Scruby:Used by Wanda in the finding spell that grabbed Parson from our world to theirs. References Jack Scruby, who is considered the man who began miniature wargaming. 
Words used in attacks, but may not necessarily be 'magic'.
Van de Graaf: Used by Stanley in the fight with Transylvito. It is a very strong attack that sends the Chief Warlord of Transylvito Caesar Borgata, and his bats, which count for heavy infantry thanks to bonuses, flying back. Uses lightning. References the Van de Graaf generators, or, a rock band by the same name. 
LemonParty:Used by Sizemore, read from a scroll. The first in a series of (extremely obscene) 4chan references. Due to the Not safe for work nature, no link will be provided. Of note, it seems that they are examples of shockmancy, as no other examples of this magic have been seen, and, they are 'shocking,' to say the least.Erf-b1-p127