peo·ple [pee-puh l]Edit
noun, plural peo·ples for 4, verb, peo·pled, peo·pling.
1. The name in which the doing of all things is done
2. The justification in which the justifying of all things is justified
3. The thing of which all public things are named after for lack of a better thing (e.g. People's Plaza, People's Mental Rehabilitation Facility and Children's Clinic)
4. The manpower for the doing of things in the name of which have need of doing (and the doers of everything else besides)
5. The source of the votes which are counted for the keeping of the offices in the name of which are held