an edifice or place dedicated to the service or worship of a deity or deities.
(usually initial capital letter) any of the three successive houses of worship in Jerusalem in use by the Jews in Biblical times, the first built by Solomon, the second by Zerubbabel, and the third by Herod.
a synagogue, usually a Reform or Conservative one.
an edifice erected as a place of public worship; a church, especially a large or imposing one.
any place or object in which God dwells, as the body of a Christian. I Cor. 6:19.