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Hermes

noun Her·mes \ˈhər-(ˌ)mēz\

Definition of HERMES

:  a Greek god of commerce, eloquence, invention, travel, and theft who serves as herald and messenger of the other gods — compare mercury

Origin of HERMES

Latin, from Greek Hermēs
First Known Use: 14th century

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May 25, 2015
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a noisy boisterous band or parade
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