The accurate term KJV-only is not at all misleading. Perhaps you may try to smear and attack the accurate term in order to try to rationalize your attempts to defend KJV-only reasoning.not because I need any evidence that the KJV is the "only version" (why KJV-"O" can be misleading). .
The KJV is an English Bible translation so clearly and soundly the term KJV-only would apply only to English Bible translations, not Bible translations in other languages.
A KJV-only view involves someone who believes and advocates exclusive, only claims for one English Bible translation--the KJV. Suggesting that the KJV is the word of God translated into English in a different sense than other English Bible translations would indicate KJV-only reasoning. Reading only the KJV and teaching from only the KJV is not what constitutes KJV-only reasoning. Many believers who read the KJV are not KJV-only.
The KJV is the word of God translated into English in the same way that the pre-1611 English Bibles such as the 1560 Geneva Bible are the word of God translated into English and in the same way that post-1611 English Bibles such as the NKJV are the word of God translated into English.