Pergola (noun)

  1. A structure in a garden or park, typically consisting of vertical posts or pillars supporting a framework of cross-beams and a sturdy roof, used as a support for climbing plants.
  2. A covered walkway or passageway with a roof of latticework and pillars, used as a recreational area in warm climates.

Origin:

From italian pergola, from latin pergula 'projecting roof, gallery'.

Examples:

  1. The pergola in the garden was covered in flowering vines, creating a shady, romantic area.
  2. The pergola provided a shaded area for the guests to relax and enjoy the beautiful weather.
  3. The pergola was a popular spot for weddings and other special events, due to its romantic and picturesque setting.
  4. The pergola was constructed from sturdy wooden beams, providing a durable and attractive structure.
  5. The pergola was covered in twinkling lights, creating a magical atmosphere for the evening's festivities.
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