IHS stands for the company "Information Handling Services".
IHS Inc. (IHS)had its IPO in 2005.
Iesus Hominum Salvator, Jesus saviour of men
As of July 2014, the market cap for IHS Inc. (IHS) is $9,167,352,615.57.
The symbol for IHS Inc. in the NYSE is: IHS.
IHS are the first three letters of Jesus's name in Greek. It does not stand for "Isis, Horus and Seb" who were Egyptian Gods. That was a myth propogated by anti-Catholic fundamentalist Jack Chick in one of his error-riddled cartoon tracts.
IHS Inc. was created in 1959.
IHS (or JHS but for Telegraph crossword purposes it's IHS!)
The letters IHS are not unique to the Lutheran denomination. One of the symbols for Jesus is the "IHS", because the first three letters I, H and S, help form Jesus's name in the Greek language.
IHS is not Greek - it's Latin Although originally simply standing for Christ's name in Greek, IHS is now regarded as a monogram that stands for the Latin Iesus Hominum Salvator - Jesus the Saviour of the World.
The acronym that you are talking about can only relate to the Indian Missionary Society, which is Catholic of course. Are you sure you mean IMS and not IHS (Iesus Hominum Salvator)?
IHS is an acronym for In His Service. It is often found combined with other letters for religious groups. For example, Rose Men In His Service would be RMIHS.
Olympus has many different cameras with waterproof capabilities. Some Olympus models with waterproof function include the TG-2 iHS and the TG-830 iHS.
you mean INRI? Jesus of Nazareth king of the Jews
19 September 2010
jesus christ saviour of humanity, their is no j in latin
The IHS Christian Emblem is a Monogram which represents the Holy Name of Jesus consisting of the three letters.During the Middle Ages, the Name of Jesus was written: IHESUS. The monogram, or emblem, IHS is an abbreviation of the name IHESUS.Roman Catholic AnswerThere is no letter "J" in Latin, at least until John Paul II decided there was, so that is why Jesus is spelled with an Iesus. The IHesus spelling above is a mistake from the Middle Ages, and the above explanation is backwards, the IHesus spelling came from the Greek IHS, not the other way around. From the Catholic Encyclopedia: From the beginning, however, in Christian inscriptions the nomina sacra, or names of Jesus Christ, were shortened by contraction, thus IC and XC or IHS and XPS for Iesous Christos. These Greek monograms continued to be used in Latin during the Middle Ages. Eventually the right meaning was lost, and erroneous interpretation of IHS led to the faulty orthography "Jhesus."
Roman Catholic AnswerIt is IHS, not JHS, there is no "J" in Latin. IHS stands for Iesus (Jesus) Hominum Salvator, roughly meaning Jesus Savior of Men. In reality it is a faulty Latin transliteration of the first three letters of Jesus in Greek (IHS for IHC). from Modern Catholic Dictionary by John A. Hardon, S.J. Doubleday & Co., Inc. Garden City, NY 1980
I think you mean IHS rather than YHS. Although originally simply standing for Christ's name, IHS is now regarded as a monogram that stands for the Latin Iesus Hominum Salvator - Jesus the Saviour of the World.
Dr. James Cheek of the Indian Health Service (IHS)
This is a monogram of the name of Jesus Christ. From the 3rd century the names of Christ were sometimes shortened, particularly in Christian inscriptions (IH and XP, for Jesus and Christus). In the 4th century the "sigla" (chi-rho) occurs not only as an abbreviation but also as a symbol. From the beginning, however, in Christian inscriptions the names of Jesus Christ, were shortened by contraction, thus IC and XC or IHS and XPS for Iesous Christos. These Greek monograms continued to be used in Latin during the Middle Ages.IHS is the Christogram for the Greek spelling of Jesus (ΙΗΣ- iota-eta-sigma; short for ΙΗΣΟΥΣ)
U in IHS? Philips' class?
the three letters IHS or JHS stand for "Î™Î·ÏƒÎ¿Ï…Ï‚" (the name of Jesus in Greek.) Le trigramme grec IHS, parfois "JHS" est une reprise de "Î™Î·ÏƒÎ¿Ï…Ï‚" (le nom de JÃ©sus en grec) (dÃ©tail dans article WikipÃ©dia placÃ© en lien)