populate

Populate vs Populous - What's the difference?

populate | populous |


As adjectives the difference between populate and populous

is that populate is (obsolete) populous while populous is having a large population.

As a verb populate

is to supply with inhabitants; to people.

As a noun populous is

(populace) populous is primarily a us /canadian misspelling of populace.

Populate vs Population - What's the difference?

populate | population | Related terms |

Populate is a related term of population.


As a verb populate

is to supply with inhabitants; to people.

As a adjective populate

is (obsolete) populous.

As a noun population is

the people living within a political or geographical boundary.

What is the difference between populate and people?

populate | people |


As verbs the difference between populate and people

is that populate is to supply with inhabitants; to people while people is to stock with people or inhabitants; to fill as with people; to populate.

As a adjective populate

is (obsolete) populous.

As a noun people is

; a body of human beings considered generally or collectively; a group of two or more persons.

What is the difference between populate and antonym?

populate | antonym |


As a verb populate

is to supply with inhabitants; to people.

As a adjective populate

is (obsolete) populous.

As a noun antonym is

(semantics) a word which has the opposite meaning of another, although not necessarily in all its senses.

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