Un people

unpeople

[uhn-pee-puhl]
verb (used with object), unpeopled, unpeopling.
to deprive of people; depopulate.

Origin:
1525–35; un-2 + people

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unperson

[uhn-pur-suhn]
noun
1.
a public figure, especially in a totalitarian country, who, for political or ideological reasons, is not recognized or mentioned in government publications or records or in the news media.
2.
a person accorded no recognition or consideration by another or by a specific group.

Origin:
un-1 + person; introduced in George Orwell's novel 1984 (1949)

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unpeople (ʌnˈpiːpəl)
 
vb
(tr) to empty of people

unperson (ˈʌnpɜːsən)
 
n
a person whose existence is officially denied or ignored

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