floc·cu·late (flŏk’yə-lāt’)
v. floc·cu·lat·ed , floc·cu·lat·ing , floc·cu·lates

v. tr.
To cause (soil) to form lumps or masses.

To cause (clouds) to form fluffy masses.

v. intr.
To form lumpy or fluffy masses.

n. Something that has formed lumpy or fluffy masses.

floc’cu·la’tion n.

Source: Dictionary.com.

Monstrous Kerkaju bulged across the green sky, every pore and flocculation distinct, its simulacrum mirrored in the Quicksilver Ocean.

Source: Tales of the Dying Earth by Jack Vance.