Category:IHS (Christian emblem)

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Christogram IHS 
Christian monogram based on the first three letters of the name of Jesus in Greek
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IHS (it); IHS (vls); IHS (co); Cristograma IHS (ca); IHS (de); IHS (sl); Christogramma IHS (ia); IHS (sv); Chrystogram (pl); Христограма (uk); IHS (nl); IHS (scn); Cristograma IHS (oc); IHS (fr); IHS (es); Christogram IHS (en); IHS-monogram (nb); IHS (cs); IHS (la) Christian monogram based on the first three letters of the name of Jesus in Greek (en); abréviation de "Jésus" en grec (fr) Trigramma di Cristo (it); IHΣ (fr); In hoc signo vinces, Iesus Hominum Salvator (co); IHS (pl); IHS (oc); I.H.S. (la); ΙΗS, IHS (ca); IHS, JHS (en); IHS (ia); JHS (cs); JHS (nl)
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  • The IHS (or JHS, occasionally YHS) monogram of the name of Jesus (i.e. the traditional Christogram symbol of western Christianity) is derived from the first three letters of the Greek name of Jesus (ΙΗΣΟΥΣ), Iota-Eta-Sigma. There is also a variant form, IHC, using the lunate sigma (i.e. with the Greek letter sigma equated to Latin-alphabet "C" due to the common "lunate" form of sigma (i.e. ΙΗϹΟΥϹ).

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