I've seen the term stealth address being used for both:
- Monero standard address
- One-time public key
I'm guilty of using the term for 2. initially, but later I realized that it may actually refer to 1. and went on to correct some of my posts here.
Moneropedia definition hints to 1. (emphasis mine):
Stealth addresses are an important part of Monero's inherent privacy. They allow and require the sender to create random one-time addresses for every transaction on behalf of the recipient. The recipient can publish just one address, yet have all of his/her incoming payments go to unique addresses on the blockchain, where they cannot be linked back to either the recipient's published address or any other transactions' addresses. By using stealth addresses, only the sender and receiver can determine where a payment was sent.
So, which is it? I figure any Monero address is a stealth address. It could also refer to the stealth address scheme, describing the overall process, or it could refer to the individual one-time public key.