Definitions for populous
ˈpɒp yə ləspop·u·lous
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populous, thickly settledadjective
Populous is primarily a US /Canadian misspelling of populace .
Having a large population
China is the most populous country of the World.
The Nile delta is a populous region.
Crowded with people.
Airport departure halls are often populous places during the rush hours.
Etymology: Populous was first coined in the English language in the mid 15th century and stems from the circa 160 AD Latin term populosus meaning "full of people, populous."
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Full of people; numerously inhabited.
Etymology: populosus, Lat.
A wilderness is populous enough,
So Suffolk had thy heav’nly company. William Shakespeare.
Far the greater part have kept
Their station; heav’n yet populous, retains
Number sufficient to possess her realms. John Milton.
Populous refers to a place that is characterized by having a high population or large number of inhabitants. It is often used to describe cities, towns, regions, or countries that are densely populated.
abounding in people; full of inhabitants; containing many inhabitants in proportion to the extent of the country
numerous; in large number
Etymology: [L. populosus, fr. populus people: cf. F. populeux.]
Populous is an award-winning computer game designed by Peter Molyneux for Bullfrog in 1989, and is regarded by many as the first PC god game. It is the first game in the Populous series, preceding Populous II: Trials of the Olympian Gods and Populous: The Beginning.
The numerical value of populous in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of populous in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
Mosul is the second most populous city in Iraq and it will deeply hurt the enemy when that is taken away.
The longer we tell the region we are leaving, the more the Afghan populous and regional governments like China, Pakistan, and Iran even the Afghan government are start hedging against us rather than working with us, the problems are not going to go away as long as the ideology of jihadism … continue to try and destabilize and take over governments … we really need to work with our allies in the region … to work towards an ideological solution where Muslims themselves can undercut the ideology of jihadism.
A great city is not to be confounded with a populous one.
Basketball is more popular than ever, and Global Games China 2015 is part of our ongoing commitment to growing the game in the world’s most populous nation, these games will not only bring the excitement of NBA action directly to Chinese fans, but will also provide the league another opportunity to experience the rich history and culture of China.
The threat is still the gillnet, but Leigh Henry’re now dealing with a whole new industry, instead of legal shrimp fishers, we’re now dealing with transnational organized crime and people working on the black market. In the last few years, the Mexican government has stepped up its efforts to curtail poaching in the Gulf of California – the body of water that separates the Baja Peninsula from the rest of Mexico – adding in June two small boats, a number of vehicles and 135 sailors to an enforcement force deployed in 2015 under the Upper Gulf of California Integrated Protection Program. The new support joined the 13 ships, five vehicles, a helicopter-carrying ship and a plane already deployed to combat illegal fishing in the region. The U.S., which is seen as the main transshipment country for the totoaba’s bladders, has also joined in the fight against traffickers. Last year, U.S. Customs and Border Protection seized 1,328 pounds of totoaba fish bladders that were in route to Hong Kong. While conservationists agree that the main battle to save the totoaba and vaquita is in Mexican water, they acknowledge that the demand for the bladders in China is the reason for the illegal trade and argued that officials in Beijing and Hong Kong need to crack down on the underground fish trade. ' WORLD'S SADDEST POLAR BEAR' MOVED AFTER OUTPOURING OF OUTRAGE TOWARDS CHINESE MALL The problem, experts argue, is that wildlife trafficking is so pervasive in the world’s most populous nation that authorities are stretched thin and forced to give priority to larger cases.
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