A raft or float, used principally on the Pacific coast of South America.
- A tropical American tree (Ochroma pyramidale) having wood that is soft, very light in weight, and that is used as a substitute for cork in insulation, floats, and crafts such as model airplanes.
- The wood of this tree. Also called corkwood.
- A raft consisting of a frame fastened to buoyant cylinders of wood or metal.