Some seem redundant, but this should cover most of it.
Accuracy: How much can you trust that reading X is exactly X
Precision: How small of a step of the output is generally meaningful, like saying you have 2.0000 hands does not really add anything,
Sensitivity: How small of a change on the input will cause the output to change
Linearity: If you take a reading at a low value, and a high value, how likely is a value in the middle of them to be exactly the same, as an alternate how straight a line would it draw if you plotted input vs output
Resolution: the smallest possible change in the output, generally smaller than precision.
Repeatability: You start at value X on the input, you change the input to some other far away value, you then go back to value X on the input, how close will the output be to the original you records at input X.
Range: How large can you measure between the smallest output value and the largest
Stability: At different temperatures and supply voltages how much will the output vary
Drift: Over time, be it days, months or years, does the output value drift higher or lower than original, and by how much.
Hysteresis: what is the difference in output between increasing the input to a value, and decreasing the input to a value.
Speed of Response: How quickly the output will change to a change in the input
Fidelity: Related to precision,
Noise: Provided the input does not change, how much might the output move up or down from that value on average over a short time period, this may be due to supply noise coupling in or thermal noise generated in the device.