T is for Three-point turn aka 360 turn, aka stepped turn
T is for tilt
Tilting any body part is so simple it doesn't feel like it ought to actually count as a movement in its own right. However, it is and it is a particularly versatile move, since it can be layered with almost anything. It really helps to include tilts in your dance from a position of knowledge though! Novice dancers sometimes tilt because they find another movement hard to do.
T is for Tribal style
Tribal is a wonderfully diverse and active area, which has names for movements ... need some input, please Tribal dancers.
T is for Turns
Turns can be quarter turn, half turn, three quarter turn, full, multiple or any in-between stage!. Turns can be stepped, pivot, sliding or jumped. Turns make a performance more interesting to watch from more than one audience viewpoint.