Definition of Templar in English:

Templar

noun

historical
  • A member of the Knights Templar.

    • ‘He donned the disguise of a Templar knight.’
    • ‘Many Templars were executed or imprisoned.’
    • ‘When I was a young man, I was a Templar - that is, a knight employed by the church.’
    • ‘The Templar nodded and beckoned his fellow knights to approach.’
    • ‘Threatened by the growing influence of the Templars, the Church attacked them.’

Origin

Middle English: from Old French templier, from medieval Latin templarius, from Latin templum (see temple).

Pronunciation

Templar

/ˈtemplər//ˈtɛmplər/