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Oxford dictionary definition of the word canopy:
noun (plural canopies)
1an ornamental cloth covering hung or held up over something, especially a throne or bed:
a romantic four-poster bed complete with drapes and a canopy
a full moon and a canopy of stars
Architecture a roof-like projection or shelter:
they mounted the station steps under the concrete canopy
the transparent plastic or glass cover of an aircraft’s cockpit.
the expanding, umbrella-like part of a parachute, made of silk or nylon.
2 [in singular] the uppermost branches of the trees in a forest, forming a more or less continuous layer of foliage:
woolly monkeys spend hours every day sitting high in the canopy
verb (canopies, canopying, canopied)
[with object] (usually as adjective canopied)
cover or provide with a canopy:
a canopied bed
the river was canopied by overhanging trees
late Middle English: from medieval Latin canopeum ‘ceremonial canopy’, alteration of Latin conopeum ‘mosquito net over a bed’, from Greek kōnōpeion ‘couch with mosquito curtains’, from kōnōps ‘mosquito’