The conventional abbreviation for Indiana is Ind. It has been for at least a century, and it still is. The postal code for Indiana is IN. On July 1, 1963, the U.S. Post Office inaugurated the five-digit ZIP codes system. At the same time, it published a list of two-letter state codes, intended to be used in addressing mail.
Because it's hard to remember two abbreviations for every state, a lot of people use the postal state codes instead of the conventional abbreviations. The postal codes don't contain periods. You would write "Milwaukee, WI" on an envelope, for example.
Connecticut: conventional abbreviation, Conn.; postal code, CT.
Iowa: has no conventional abbreviation because it's already short; postal code, IA.
New Mexico: conventional abbreviation, N.Mex.; postal code, NM.
Pennsylvania: conventional abbreviation, Pa.; postal code, PA.
There are several meanings for the abbreviation. One example is: WTTS is an FM radio station serving Indianapolis and Bloomington, Indiana, in the United States, broadcasting at 92.3 FM.
The standard two-letter abbreviation for the state of Indiana is IN.An older abbreviation was Ind. (prior to postal standardization).
the Hoosier State is known as Indiana and the abbreviation id IN and the old abbreviation is IND.
The best abbreviation for India is IND.
IN is the abbreviation for the state of Indiana.
The letters 'ind' is not a word in English. It can be an abbreviation or an acronym, but it is not a word.
The postal abbreviation for Indiana is IN.