[pop-yuh-luh s] /ˈpɒp yə ləs/
full of residents or inhabitants, as a region; heavily .
jammed or crowded with people:
There’s no more populous place than Times Square on New Year’s Eve.
forming or comprising a large number or quantity:
Because of epidemics the tribes are not nearly so populous as they once were.
containing many inhabitants; abundantly populated
early 15c., from post-classical Latin populosus “full of people, populous,” from populus “people” (see people (n.)). Related: Populousness.
[reg-naht paw-poo-loo s; English reg-nat pop-yuh-luh s] /ˈrɛg nɑt ˈpɔ pʊˌlʊs; English ˈrɛg næt ˈpɒp yə ləs/ Latin. 1. let the people rule: motto of Arkansas.
noun on a Web site, an ad that opens in a separate window and is temporarily hidden until the user leaves the original Web site
noun 1. an inexpensive wine having a low alcohol content and artificial fruit flavoring. noun phrase : ”pop” wines, low-alcohol, fruit-flavored wines specially designed for the soda-and fruit-punch palate (1971+)
1. pay on return. POR abbr. problem-oriented record problem-oriented record 1. pay on return 2. price on request