The conventional triple squeeze occurs when one player is guarding three suits in a normal way. The loser count is two. It may or may not repeat to yield another trick.
But more generally, a player is triple squeezed when a play of any three suits gives up a trick. This occurs in the guard squeeze and the compound squeeze, and many different types of other squeezes.
At some point, you have to throw up your hands and say that a squeeze is too quirky and unusual to even give it a name. This happens a lot with triple squeezes.
So this is just a collection of different triple squeezes.