I'm not much in that line myself, but don't you think maybe an odd word wouldn't be some help like in this frap?
frap allows mnemonic symbols to be used for the instructions.
frap the first and riding turns together on each side with sennit.
Come, come; dunna fly up in a frap; a body conno carry oytch mander o' think eh their nob.
early 14c., from Old French fraper (12c., Modern French frapper) "to strike, hit beat," cognate with Italian frappare "to strike," of unknown origin, perhaps imitative (cf. rap (n.)). Nautical sense of "bind tightly" is from 1540s. Related: Frapped; frapping.