If the skater turns forward after picking, he or she has not done a toe loop, but a "toe waltz jump." A "toe waltz jump" is not correct. The skater must maintain a back outside entry edge at take-off to do a true toe loop.
Some figure skaters call a toe loop jump a "toe."
A similar jump to a toe loop is the toe walley where the take off is from a back inside edge. Toe loops and toe walleys get equal credit in figure skating competitions.
Toe loops can be done as a singles, doubles, or triples. A double toe loop is a two revolution jump and a triple toe loop is a three revolution jump.
Single, double, or triple toe loops are often done as the second jump in jump combinations.