IB, Ib or ib may refer to:
is a 2012 adventure video game by the Japanese artist kouri. In the game, the player controls a character from a top-down perspective, exploring an eldritch art museum with the intent to escape, solving puzzles to advance. It employs elements of psychological horror despite the limitations of its engine.
The cuneiform sign ib, (or ip) is a common-use sign in the Epic of Gilgamesh, the Amarna letters, and other cuneiform texts. Its common usage is syllabic for ib (or ip), or alphabetic for i or b/p; the "i" is also exchanged for "e" when spelling specific words in the Akkadian language. Cuneiform ib also can be found as sumerogramURTA, (a capital letter ( majuscule)), and for example it is used in the Epic of Gilgamesh for the god's name: Ninurta, spelled NIN.URTA.
Usage examples of "ib".
We think a launch from the destroyer at the ten-mile limit, then the IBS boats for the last two miles will give us a silent approach and exfiltration as well.
It had to rise 100 feet to the trap door in the shed on the tower platform, a long way to lift 5,000 Ibs of steel and explosive and 11 lbs of plutonium.