Smoke rises above the canopy as gentle chanting rumbles across the jungle floor.
The two SUWU shorties opened fire on what they mistook for rival shorties in a park, huddled under a canopy during a rainstorm.
But the leaves and branches – the canopy it effectively creates -- is made up of solar panels.
late 14c., from Old French conope "bed-curtain" (Modern French canapé), from Medieval Latin canopeum, dissimilated from Latin conopeum, from Greek konopeion "Egyptian couch with mosquito curtains," from konops "mosquito, gnat," of unknown origin. The same word (canape) in French, Spanish, and Portuguese now means "sofa, couch." Italian canape is a French loan word.
c.1600, from canopy (n.). Related: Canopied; canopying.