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Tem·plar

 (tĕm′plər)
n.
A Knight Templar.

[Middle English templer, from Anglo-Norman, from Medieval Latin templārius, from Latin templum, temple; see temple1.]
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Templar

(ˈtɛmplə)
n
1. (Historical Terms) a member of a military religious order (Knights of the Temple of Solomon) founded by Crusaders in Jerusalem around 1118 to defend the Holy Sepulchre and Christian pilgrims; suppressed in 1312
2. (Law) (sometimes not capital) Brit a lawyer, esp a barrister, who lives or has chambers in the Inner or Middle Temple in London
[C13: from Medieval Latin templārius of the temple, from Latin templum temple1; first applied to the knightly order because their house was near the site of the Temple of Solomon]
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Tem•plar

(ˈtɛm plər)

n.
2. a barrister or other person occupying chambers in the Temple, London.
[1250–1300; Middle English templer < Anglo-French < Medieval Latin templārius; see temple1, -ar2, -er2]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Templar - a knight of a religious military order established in 1118 to protect pilgrims and the Holy SepulcherTemplar - a knight of a religious military order established in 1118 to protect pilgrims and the Holy Sepulcher
knight - originally a person of noble birth trained to arms and chivalry; today in Great Britain a person honored by the sovereign for personal merit
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Translations
templář
temppeliherra
tempelherretempelridder

Templar

[ˈtempləʳ] Ntemplario m
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Templar

n (also Knight Templar)Tempelherr m, → Templer m
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Templar

[ˈtɛmpləʳ] n (Rel, History) (also Knight Templar) → templare m
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The 10-episode season kicks off tonight with its premiere, titled "You'd Know What to Do," which takes place after the battle of Acre, as the Templar Knight Landry (Tom Cullen), realizes that the group has lost its way and that it is up to him to restore the Knights Templar to order.
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Set in the 13th century, the focus is on Templar knight Marshall (James Purefoy) who holes up in Rochester Castle in Kent in defiance of John who lays siege.
Purefoy, fast becoming a veteran of gritty historical drama after playing Mark Antony in the TV series Rome, here plays a brooding 13th-century Templar Knight caught up in one of the most violent, pivotal moments in English medieval history - the great siege of Rochester Castle by King John.
The Elliott-trained Templar Knight proved no match for Down The Dale, who benefited from a positive ride by Tim Carroll to win the 2m2f handicap hurdle quite readily by six lengths.
As a teenager he accepts the offer of Sir Thomas Leux, a Templar knight, to become his squire.
History comes to life in Maureen Ash's MURDER FOR CHRIST'S MASS (9780425231579, $7.99), a Templar Knight mystery contributing to a series.
Painting He claims a painting of a Templar knight in the church shows a stairwell now missing from the building, which was a location for the 2006 Tom Hanks Da Vinci Code film.
He may have most to fear from well-bred newcomer Templar Knight, whose trainer Sir Michael Stoute also boasts a decent strikerate at the Wiltshire venue.
Maureen Ash's A PLAGUE OF POISON (97804252267733, $7.99) presents another 'Templar Knight' mystery and is a fine pick for historical mystery holdings as it follows a dead scribe and a castellan who enlists in Bascot's help to solve the murder.