noun A building devoted to the worship of a god or gods. A group of buildings in Fleet Street, London, which stand on land formerly occupied by the headquarters of the Knights Templar. Located there are the Inner and Outer Temple, two of the Inns of Court. (The Temple was the London residence of the Knights Templar until their dissolution.)
noun The flat part of either side of the head between the forehead and the ear. (a man with curly hair greying at the temples)
noun A device in a loom for keeping the cloth stretched.