Definition of empeople in English:

empeople

verb

archaic, literary
  • with object To fill with people; to populate. Frequently in extended use: to fill, occupy.

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in Nicholas Lichefield (fl. 1582). From en- + people.

Pronunciation

empeople

/ɪmˈpiːpl/ /ɛmˈpiːpl/