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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
temple (noun)
1.
a building for religious practice as
a) often capitalized either of two successive national sanctuaries in ancient Jerusalem
b) a building for Mormon sacred ordinances
c) the house of worship of Reform and some Conservative Jewish congregations
2.
a local lodge of any of various fraternal orders , also the building housing it
3.
a place devoted to a special purpose - a temple of cuisine
temple (noun)
1.
the flattened space on each side of the forehead of some mammals including humans
2.
one of the side supports of a pair of glasses jointed to the bows and passing on each side of the head
Temple (biographical name)
Frederick 1821–1902 archbishop of Canterbury (1896–1902)
Temple (biographical name)
Shirley 1928–     Am. actress & diplomat - Shirley Temple Black
Temple (biographical name)
Sir William 1628–1699 British statesman
Temple (biographical name)
William 1881–1944 archbishop of Canterbury (1942–44) - son of Frederick
Temple (geographical name)
city Texas of Waco 54,514 - NE cen SSW pop
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
temple (noun)
a building for public worship and especially Christian worship
SYNONIMS:
kirk, tabernacle, temple
RELATED WORDS:
abbey, bethel, cathedral, chapel, minster, mission, oratory, sanctuary, shrine; meetinghouse; mosque, pagoda, shul, synagogue ( synagog)
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