Occupy - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
Occupy[ 1,,G4043, peripateo ]
to walk," is sometimes used of the state in which one is living, or of that to which a person is given, e.g., Hebrews 13:9, "(meats, wherein they that) occupied themselves," RV (marg., "walked;" AV, "have been occupied"), i.e., exercising themselves about different kinds of food, regarding some as lawful, others as unlawful (referring especially to matters of the ceremonial details of the law).
(1) For "occupy," in the AV of Luke 19:13, See TRADE.
(2) For "occupieth," in the AV of 1 Corinthians 14:16, See FILL, No. 2.