On a sailboat, there is also the bolt rope.
Bolt ropes are sewn onto the edges of the sail to reinforce them, or to fix the sail into a groove in the boom, in the mast, or in the luff foil of a roller-furling jib.
Rope, or cordage, refers to material not in use. Once it is deployed, it acquires a nautical name depending on its function. Modern usage, however, does not necessarily follow the traditional.