Various cloud patterns are summarized under the name of lee cloudiness: rotor clouds, lenticularis clouds, cirrus clouds, etc. What they all have in common is that they are generated in a stable atmosphere by a surface elevation which makes the air rise above condensation level. The image below gives an overview of the different cloud types, though note that they do not all need to occur simultaneously.

Figure 8: Schematic of the different lee cloud types (WMO, 1978)