Temple synonyms

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A temple or sacred place.
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(Religion) A religious edifice; a mosque, church, temple, or similar place where believers go to practice their faith.
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A dome-shaped Buddhist shrine
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A stupa.
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A structure, such as a garden pavilion, built in imitation of a multistory Buddhist tower.
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Alternative form of marae.
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A temple of ancient Mexico, usually built on a pyramidal mound.
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The circular Roman temple dedicated to all the gods in 27 BC in Rome. Since the 7th century AD reconsecrated by christianity and dedicated to their single god.
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A small, grey, European shark, Galeorhinus galeus, that has rough skin and a long snout.
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A site hallowed by association with a revered person or object or with an important event:
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The Jewish religion as organized or typified in local congregations.
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The definition of a tabernacle is a place of worship.
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Public divine worship in a church; a religious service:
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A consecrated place, especially a temple.
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The main church of a bishop's see, containing the cathedra
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The services held at a chapel:
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The part of the face between the eyebrows and the line where the hair normally begins
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The definition of a mosque is a Muslim place of worship.
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(Architecture) The inner part of a Greek temple; it contained a statue of the appropriate deity surrounded by a colonnaded portico; it gave rise to the Roman cella
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A temple tower of the ancient Assyrians and Babylonians, in the form of a terraced pyramid with each story smaller than the one below it
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The four legal societies in London having the exclusive right to admit persons to practice at the bar
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The consecrated (sacred) area of a church or temple around its tabernacle or altar.
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Find another word for temple. In this page you can discover 39 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for temple, like: fane, house-of-worship, stupa, dagoba, pagoda, house of prayer, marai, teocalli, aedes (Latin), pantheon and tope.