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Look up Canopy in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.

A canopy can mean: Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... Wiktionary logo Wiktionary is a Wikimedia Foundation project intended to be a free wiki dictionary (including thesaurus and lexicon) in almost every language. ...

  • Canopy (building), an overhead roof or structure that provides shade or other shelter.
  • Baldachin, a cloth or permanent architectual feature that hangs over an altar or throne as a symbol of authority.
  • Canopy (forest), the habitat found at the uppermost level of a mature forest.
  • Canopy (aircraft), the transparent enclosure over the cockpit of an aircraft.
  • The lightweight cloth portion of a parachute.
  • Canopy Group, a U.S. investment firm.
  • Canopy (automobile), a three-wheeled automobile from Honda.
  • Canopy (band), a Swedish death metal band.

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Canopy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (137 words)
Canopy (building), an overhead roof or structure that provides shade or other shelter.
Canopy (forest), the habitat found at the uppermost level of a mature forest.
Canopy (aircraft), the transparent enclosure over the cockpit of an aircraft.
canopy - definition of canopy in Encyclopedia (267 words)
A canopy is an overhead roof or structure that provides shade or other shelter.
In ecology, a canopy is the overhead shade and layers of foliage provided by trees and shrubs in forests and woodlands.
The word "canopy" comes from the Greek "konopeion", which means "a bed with mosquito netting".
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