To go through the canopy of a forest on a zipline.
Other Word Forms of Canopy
Origin of Canopy
From Middle English canope, from Latin cōnōpēum (“curtain”) (ultimately from Ancient Greek κωνωπεῖον (kōnōpeion) (konopeion)), through Medieval Latin canopeum, or possibly Old French conope, conopé (cf. modern French canapé).
Middle English canape from Medieval Latin canāpēum mosquito net from Latin cōnōpēum from Greek kōnōpeion bed with mosquito netting from kōnōps kōnōp- mosquito
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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