Panning refers to horizontal rotation of the camera.
Tilt is just what it sounds like - the camera tilts up or down.
Roll is rotation around the Z axis, meaning the camera remains pointed at the same subject.
A "Dolly" is a wheeled platform which the camera and tripod can be mounted on. When describing camera movement, "Dollying" refers to rolling the camera forward or back on a Dolly. If you bring the camera in closer to your subject the move is referred to as "Dolly In" and if you are pulling back away from your subject the term is "Dolly Out".
Trucking is sideways movement of the camera. You would use a dolly for this, but instead of moving in and out you would "truck left" or "truck right".
A crane shot involves moving the camera in a vertical direction, either "crane up" or "crane down".