Lold vs Loid - What's the difference?

lold | loid |


As verbs the difference between lold and loid

is that lold is (lol) while loid is to force (a lock) by slipping a credit card or similar thin object between the door and the frame.

lold

English

Verb

(head)
  • (LOL)
  • loid

    English

    Verb

    (en verb)
  • To force (a lock) by slipping a credit card or similar thin object between the door and the frame.
  • * 1983 , Ronald L. Cruit, Intruder in your home (page 42)
  • A deadbolt can't be loided because it doesn't have a curved, self-latching bolt.
  • * 2012 , Lawrence Fennelly, Handbook of Loss Prevention and Crime Prevention (page 346)
  • The loiding of windows is accomplished by inserting a thin stiff object between the meeting rails or stiles to move the latch to the open position, or by inserting a thin stiff wire through openings between the stile or rail and the frame