On Oct. 1, 2010, Paul Loscocco announced he was withdrawing from the race for Lt. Governor and was endorsing Baker, although it was too late to remove his name from the ballot as Cahill’s running mate. Speculation immediately began over Loscocco’s motives and the role of the Baker camp in the decision (Baker joined Loscocco for the announcement), with pundits coining the word “Loscocco’d” to describe what had happened to Cahill’s candidacy. 
And in their “Notes:”
Referring to my earlier post. “Loscocco’d.” Yeah, it’s now a thing.