Lancewood, any of several species of small trees that yield tough, flexible wood. The wood is used to make such items as bows, fishing poles, and billiard cues.

Most lancewood species are native to tropical America; these include Jamaican lancewood, Duguetia quitarensis of the family Annonaceae), and dagame lancewood, Calycophyllum candidissimum (family Rubiaceae). Moulmein lancewood, Homalium tomentosum (family Flacourtiaceae), is native to tropical Asia.