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Origin of IHS

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< Late Latin < Greek: partial transliteration of the first three letters of Iēsoûs Jesus

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  1. Jesus Savior of Men.

Origin of IHS

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From the Medieval Latin word Iēsus Hominum Salvātor

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  1. in this sign (the cross) shalt thou conquer.

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From the Latin word In Hōc Signō Vincēs

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  1. in this (cross) is salvation.

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From the Latin word In Hōc Salūs
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IHS

noun
  1. the first three letters of the name Jesus in Greek (ΙΗΣΟΥΣ), often used as a Christian emblem
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