[key-pok] /ˈkeɪ pɒk/
the silky down that invests the seeds of a silk-cotton tree (ka·pok tree) Ceiba pentandra, of the East Indies, Africa, and tropical America: used for stuffing pillows, life jackets, etc., and for acoustical insulation.
a silky fibre obtained from the hairs covering the seeds of a tropical bombacaceous tree, Ceiba pentandra (kapok tree or silk-cotton tree): used for stuffing pillows, etc, and for sound insulation Also called silk cotton
1735, from Malay kapoq, name of the large tropical tree which produces the fibers.
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noun 1. . noun 1. a small tree, Ficus benjamina, of the mulberry family, native to southeastern Asia and Australia, having drooping branches and glossy leaves: widely cultivated as a houseplant.
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