Fallacies of Ambiguity
Ambiguity is a fancy word for "confusion." These types of fallacies use words that are unclear or have more than on meaning. There are six common fallacies of ambiguity: equivocation, accent, reification, composition, amphiboly, and division. Out of these, we'll be covering equivocation and reification because they are the most common when it comes to apologetics. I'll let you hand the research for all the others.