people/ ˈpi pəl /
noun, plural peo·ples.
persons indefinitely or collectively; persons in general:
to find it easy to talk to people; What will people think?
persons, whether men, women, or children, considered as numerable individuals forming a group:
Twenty people volunteered to help.
human beings, as distinguished from animals or other beings.
the entire body of persons who constitute a community, tribe, nation, or other group by virtue of a common culture, history, religion, or the like:
the people of Australia; the Jewish people.
verb (used with object), peo·pled, peo·pling.
to furnish with people; populate.
to supply or stock as if with people:
a meadow peopled with flowers.