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Modern tipis usually have a canvas covering. They are still in use in many of these communities, though now primarily for ceremonial purposes rather than daily living. While Native American tribes and First Nation band governments from other regions have used other types of dwellings pueblos , wigwams , and longhouses ,  tipis are often stereotypically and incorrectly associated with all Native Americans in the United States and Aboriginal Canadians. The tipi is durable,  provides warmth and comfort in winter,  is cool in the heat of summer, [note 1] and is dry during heavy rains. The word tipi comes into English from the Lakota language. The wigwam or "wickiup", a dome-shaped shelter typically made of bark layered on a pole-structure, was also used by various tribes, especially for hunting camps. The conventional translation in French and English for all indigenous dwellings at one time was "lodge", resulting in many compounds and place names such as sweatlodge , lodgepole pine , Red Lodge , and so on. Lewis H.