Her'mes ( ῾Ερμῆς, i.e. the Greek Mercury [q.v. ]) the name of a man mentioned in the Epistle to the Romans as a disciple at Rome (Ro 16:14). A.D. 55. "According to the Greeks," says Calmet (Dict. s.v.), "he was one of the seventy disciples, and afterwards bishop of Dalmatia." His festival occurs in their calendar upon April 8 (Neale, Eastern Church, 2, 774).