- the assemblage of a specific type of organism living in a given area.
- all the individuals of one species in a given area.
Origin of population
Examples from the Web for repopulation
Historical Examples of repopulation
In this way came about the repopulation of the Agsan Valley.The Manbos of Mindano
John M. Garvan
Polygamy would certainly have accelerated the repopulation of the earth most wonderfully; but Noah was monogamous.Plain Facts for Old and Young
John Harvey Kellogg
Freckles stood back and watched with awe and envy the gradual reclothing and repopulation of the swamp.Freckles
The repopulation of the city brought into it many rich families from towns all over the Roman world.The Unwilling Vestal
Edward Lucas White
This wholesale massacre may have been carried out with a view to ensuring the complete Spanish repopulation of the islands.Cuba Past and Present
1610s, from Late Latin populationem (nominative populatio) "a people; a multitude," as if from Latin populus "a people" (see people (n.)). Population explosion is first attested 1953.