repeople

[ ree-pee-puhl ]
/ riˈpi pəl /

verb (used with object), re·peo·pled, re·peo·pling.

to furnish again with people.
to restock with animals.

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Origin of repeople

First recorded in 1475–85, repeople is from the Middle French word repeupler, Old French. See re-, people
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