List of historic tropical cyclone names

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Tropical cyclones are named for historical reasons and so to avoid confusion when communicating with the public as more than one tropical cyclone can exist at a time. Names are drawn in order from predetermined lists and are usually assigned to tropical cyclones with one, three or ten minute windspeeds of more than 65 km/h (40 mph). However standards vary from basin to basin with some tropical depressions named in the Western Pacific whilst tropical cyclones have to have gale force winds occurring more than halfway around the center within the Australian and Southern Pacific regions.

The official practice of naming tropical cyclones started in 1945 within the Western Pacific. Naming continued through the next few years before in 1950, names also started to be assigned to tropical storms forming in the North Atlantic ocean. In the Atlantic, names were originally taken from the world war two version of the Phonetic Alphabet but this was changed in 1953 to use lists of women names which were drawn up yearly. Around this time naming of tropical cyclones also began within the Southern and Central parts of the Pacific. However naming didn't begin the Eastern Pacific until 1960 with the original naming lists designed to be used year after year in sequence. In 1960, naming also began in the Southwest Indian Ocean before in 1963 the Philippine Meteorological Service, started assigning names to tropical cyclones that moved into or formed in their area of responsibility. Later in 1963 warning centers within the Australian region also commenced naming tropical cyclones.

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North Atlantic[edit]

By 1950 tropical cyclones that were judged by the US Weather Bureau to have intensified into a tropical storm, started to be assigned names.[1][2] Storms were originally named in alphabetical order using the World War II version of the Phonetic Alphabet.[1] By 1952 a new phonetic alphabet had been developed and this led to confusion as some parties wanted to use the newer phonetic alphabet.[1] In 1953, to alleviate any confusion, forecasters decided to use a set of 23 feminine names.[1][2] After the 1953 Atlantic hurricane season, public reception to the idea seemed favorable, so the same list was adopted for the next year with one change; Gilda for Gail.[1] However after storms like Carol and Hazel got a lot of publicity during the 1953 season, forecasters agreed to develop a new set of names for 1955.[1] However before this could happen, a tropical storm was declared significant on January 2, 1955 and was named as Alice.[1] The new set of names were developed and used in 1955 beginning with Brenda continuing through the alphabet to Zelda.[1] For each season before 1960, a new set of names were developed.[1] In 1960 forecasters decided to begin rotating names in a regular sequence and thus four alphabetical lists were established to be repeated every four years.[3] The sets followed the example of the western Pacific typhoon naming lists and excluded names beginning with the letters Q, U, X, Y and Z.[3] These four lists were used until 1972 when the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), replaced them with 9 lists designed to be used from 1972.[3] In 1977, NOAA made the decision to relinquish control over the name selection by allowing a regional committee of the World Meteorological Organization to select the new sets of names which would contain male names and some Spanish and French names in order to reflect all the cultures and languages within the Atlantic Ocean.[2][3] The World Meteorological Organization decided that the new lists of hurricane name would start to be used in 1979.[2][3] Since 1979 the same lists have been used, with names of significant tropical cyclones removed from the lists and replaced with new names.[2] In 2002 Subtropical Cyclones started to be assigned names from the main list of names set up for that year. In 2005 as all the names preselected for the season were exhausted, the contingency plan of using Greek letters for names had to be used.[4] Since then there have been a few attempts to get rid of the Greek names, as they are seen to be inconsistent with the standard naming convention used for tropical cyclones and are considered generally unknown and confusing to the public.[5] However the lists of preselected names for the year, are not expected to be used up frequently enough to warrant any change in the existing naming procedure and thus the Greek Alphabet will be used if the list of pre selected names should ever be used up again.[5][6][7]

Names used between 1950 – 1964[edit]

1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964
Able Able Able Alice Alice Alice Anna Audrey Alma Arlene Abby Anna Alma Arlene Abby
Baker Baker Baker Barbara Barbara Brenda Betsy Bertha Becky Beulah Brenda Betsy Becky Beulah Brenda
Charlie Charlie Charlie Carol Carol Connie Carla Carrie Cleo Cindy Cleo Carla Celia Cindy Cleo
Dog Dog Dog Dolly Dolly Diane Dora Debbie Daisy Debra Donna Debbie Daisy Debra Dora
Easy Easy Easy Edna Edna Edith Ethel Esther Ella Edith Ethel Esther Ella Edith Ethel
Fox Fox Fox Florence Florence Flora Flossy Frieda Fifi Flora Florence Frances Flora Florence
George George Gail Gilda Gladys Greta Gerda Gracie Gerda Ginny Gladys
How How Hazel Hazel Hilda Helene Hannah Hattie Helena Hilda
Item Item Ione Ilsa Irene Inga Isbell
Jig Jig Janet Janice Judith Jenny
King Katie
Love
Mike
References:[1][3]

Names used between 1965 – 1979[edit]

1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979
Anna Alma Arlene Abby Anna Alma Arlene Agnes Alice Alma Amy Anna Anita Amelia Ana
Betsy Becky Beulah Brenda Blanche Becky Beth Betty Brenda Becky Blanche Belle Babe Bess Bob
Carol Celia Chloe Candy Camille Celia Chloe Carrie Christine Carmen Caroline Candice Clara Cora Claudette
Debbie Dorothy Doria Dolly Debbie Dorothy Doria Dawn Delia Dolly Doris Dottie Dorothy Debra David
Elena Ella Edith Edna Eve Ella Edith Ellen Elaine Eloise Emmy Evelyn Ella Elena
Faith Fern Frances Francelia Felice Fern Fran Fifi Faye Frances Frieda Flossie Frederic
Greta Ginger Gladys Gerda Greta Ginger Gilda Gertrude Gladys Gloria Greta Gloria
Hallie Heidi Holly Heidi Hallie Holly Hope Henri
Inez Inga Irene Irma
Judith Jenny Janice Juliet
Kendra Kara Kristy Kendra
Lois Laurie Laura
Martha
References:[3][8]

Names used between 1980 – 1994[edit]

1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994
Allen Arlene Alberto Alicia Arthur Ana Andrew Arlene Alberto Allison Arthur Ana Andrew Arlene Alberto
Bonnie Bret Beryl Barry Bertha Bob Bonnie Bret Beryl Barry Bertha Bob Bonnie Bret Beryl
Charley Cindy Chris Chantal Cesar Claudette Charley Cindy Chris Chantal Cesar Claudette Charley Cindy Chris
Danielle Dennis Debby Dean Diana Danny Danielle Dennis Debby Dean Diana Danny Danielle Dennis Debby
Earl Emily Ernesto Edouard Elena Earl Emily Ernesto Erin Edouard Erika Earl Emily Ernesto
Frances Floyd Fran Fabian Frances Floyd Florence Felix Fran Fabian Frances Floyd Florence
Georges Gert Gustav Gloria Gilbert Gabrielle Gustav Grace Gert Gordon
Hermine Harvey Hortense Henri Helene Hugo Hortense Harvey
Ivan Irene Isidore Isabel Isaac Iris Isidore
Jeanne Jose Josephine Juan Joan Jerry Josephine
Karl Katrina Klaus Kate Keith Karen Klaus
Lili Lili
Marco
Nana
References:[9][10][11][12][13]

Names used between 1995 – 2009[edit]

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
Allison Arthur Ana Alex Arlene Alberto Allison Arthur Ana Alex Arlene Ophelia Alberto Andrea Arthur Ana
Barry Bertha Bill Bonnie Bret Beryl Barry Bertha Bill Bonnie Bret Philippe Beryl Barry Bertha Bill
Chantal Cesar Claudette Charley Cindy Chris Chantal Cristobal Claudette Charley Cindy Rita Chris Chantal Cristobal Claudette
Dean Dolly Danny Danielle Dennis Debby Dean Dolly Danny Danielle Dennis Stan Debby Dean Dolly Danny
Erin Edouard Erika Earl Emily Ernesto Erin Edouard Erika Earl Emily Tammy Ernesto Erin Edouard Erika
Felix Fran Fabian Frances Floyd Florence Felix Fay Fabian Frances Franklin Vince Florence Felix Fay Fred
Gabrielle Gustav Grace Georges Gert Gordon Gabrielle Gustav Grace Gaston Gert Wilma Gordon Gabrielle Gustav Grace
Humberto Hortense Hermine Harvey Helene Humberto Hanna Henri Hermine Harvey Alpha Helene Humberto Hanna Henri
Iris Isidore Ivan Irene Isaac Iris Isidore Isabel Ivan Irene Beta Isaac Ingrid Ike Ida
Jerry Josephine Jeanne Jose Joyce Jerry Josephine Juan Jeanne Jose Gamma Jerry Josephine
Karen Kyle Karl Katrina Keith Karen Kyle Kate Karl Katrina Delta Karen Kyle
Luis Lili Lisa Lenny Leslie Lorenzo Lili Larry Lisa Lee Epsilon Lorenzo Laura
Marilyn Marco Mitch Michael Michelle Mindy Matthew Maria Zeta Melissa Marco
Noel Nicole Nadine Noel Nicholas Nicole Nate Noel Nana
Opal Olga Odette Otto Olga Omar
Pablo Peter Paloma
Roxanne
Sebastien
Tanya
References:[4][14][15][16][17][18][19][20][21][22][23][24][25]

Names used and scheduled between 2010 – 2019[edit]

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Alex Arlene Alberto Andrea Arthur Ana Alex Arlene Alberto Andrea
Bonnie Bret Beryl Barry Bertha Bill Bonnie Bret Beryl Barry
Colin Cindy Chris Chantal Cristobal Claudette Colin Cindy Chris Chantal
Danielle Don Debby Dorian Dolly Danny Danielle Don Debby Dorian
Earl Emily Ernesto Erin Edouard Erika Earl Emily Ernesto Erin
Fiona Franklin Florence Fernand Fay Fred Fiona Franklin Florence Fernand
Gaston Gert Gordon Gabrielle Gonzalo Grace Gaston Gert Gordon Gabrielle
Hermine Harvey Helene Humberto Hanna Henri Hermine Harvey Helene Humberto
Igor Irene Isaac Ingrid Isaias Ida Ian Irma Isaac Imelda
Julia Jose Joyce Jerry Josephine Joaquin Julia Jose Joyce Jerry
Karl Katia Kirk Karen Kyle Kate Karl Katia Kirk Karen
Lisa Lee Leslie Lorenzo Laura Larry Lisa Lee Leslie Lorenzo
Matthew Maria Michael Melissa Marco Mindy Matthew Maria Michael Melissa
Nicole Nate Nadine Nana Nicholas Nicole Nate Nadine Nestor
Otto Ophelia Oscar Omar Odette Otto Ophelia Oscar Olga
Paula Philippe Patty Paulette Peter Paula Philippe Patty Pablo
Richard Rina Rafael Rene Rose Richard Rina Rafael Rebekah
Shary Sean Sandy Sally Sam Shary Sean Sara Sebastien
Tomas Tony Teddy Teresa Tobias Tammy Tony Tanya
Vicky Victor Virginie Vince Valerie Van
Wilfred Wanda Walter Whitney William Wendy
[26][27][28][29][30]

Eastern Pacific[edit]

Within the Eastern Pacific basin between the western coasts of the Americas and 140°W the naming of tropical cyclones started in 1960, with four lists of female names initially designed to be used consecutively before being repeated.[31][32] In 1965 after two lists of names had been used, it was decided to return to the top of the second list and to start recycling the sets of names on an annual basis.[32][33]

In 1977, after protests by various women's rights groups, NOAA made the decision to relinquish control over the name selection by allowing a regional committee of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) to select new sets of names.[3] The WMO selected six lists of names which contained male names and rotated every six years.[3] They also decided that the new lists of hurricane name would start to be used in 1978 which was a year earlier than the Atlantic.[34] Since 1978 the same lists of names have been used, with names of significant tropical cyclones removed from the lists and replaced with new names.[32] As in the Atlantic basin should the names preselected for the season be exhausted, the contingency plan of using Greek letters for names would be used.[32][35] However unlike in the Atlantic basin the contingency plan has never had to be used, although in 1985 to avoid using the contingency plan, the letters X, Y, and Z were added to the lists.[35] Since the contingency plan had to be used in the North Atlantic during 2005 there have been a few attempts to get rid of the Greek names as they are seen to be inconsistent with the standard naming convention used for tropical cyclones and are generally unknown and confusing to the public.[5][6] However none of the attempts have succeeded and thus the Greek letters will be used should the lists be used up.[5][6]

Names used between 1960–1969[edit]

1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969
Annette Iva Valerie Emily Natalie Victoria Adele Agatha Annette Ava
Bonny Joanne Willa Florence Odessa Wallie Blanca Bridget Bonny Bernice
Celeste Kathleen Ava Glenda Prudence Ava Connie Carlotta Celeste Claudia
Diana Liza Bernice Hazel Roslyn Bernice Dolores Denise Diana Doreen
Estelle Madeline Claudia Irah Silvia Claudia Eileen Eleanor Estelle Emily
Fernanda Naomi Doreen Jennifer Tillie Doreen Francesca Francene Fernanda Florence
Gwen Orla Katherine Emily Gretchen Georgette Gwen Glenda
Hyacinth Pauline Lillian Florence Helga Hilary Hyacinth Heather
Rebbecca Mona Glenda Ione Ilsa Iva Irah
Simone Hazel Joyce Jewel Joanne Jennifer
Tara Kirsten Katrina Kathleen
Lorraine Lily Liza
Maggie Monica Madeline
Nanette Naomi
Olivia Orla
Priscilla Pauline
Ramona Rebbecca
Simone
Tara
References:[36][37][33]

Names used between 1970–1979[edit]

1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979
Adele Agatha Annette Ava Aletta Agatha Annette Ava Aletta Andres
Blanca Bridget Bonny Bernice Blanca Bridget Bonny Bernice Bud Blanca
Connie Carlotta Celeste Claudia Connie Carlotta Celeste Claudia Carlotta Carlos
Dolores Denise Diana Doreen Dolores Denise Diana Doreen Daniel Dolores
Eileen Eleanor Estelle Emily Eileen Eleanor Estelle Emily Emilia Enrique
Francesa Francene Fernanda Florence Francesa Francene Fernanda Florence Fico Fefa
Gretchen Georgette Gwen Glenda Gretchen Georgette Gwen Glenda Gilma Guillermo
Helga Hilary Hyacinth Heather Helga Hilary Hyacinth Heather Hector Hilda
Ione Ilsa Iva Irah Ione Ilsa Iva Iva Ignacio
Joyce Jewel Joanne Jennifer Joyce Jewel Joanne John Jimena
Kirsten Katrina Kathleen Katherine Kirsten Katrina Kathleen Kristy
Lorraine Lily Liza Lillian Lorraine Lily Liza Lane
Maggie Monica Maggie Monica Madeline Miriam
Norma Nanette Norma Nanette Naomi Norman
Orlene Olivia Orlene Olivia Olivia
Patricia Priscilla Patricia Priscilla Paul
Rosalie Ramona Rosalie Rosa
Selma Sharon Sergio
References:[35]

Names used between 1980–1989[edit]

1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989
Agatha Adrian Aletta Adolph Alma Andres Agatha Adrian Aletta Adolph
Blas Beatriz Bud Barbara Boris Blanca Blas Beatriz Bud Barbara
Celia Calvin Carlotta Cosme Cristina Carlos Celia Calvin Carlotta Cosme
Darby Dora Daniel Dalilia Douglas Dolores Darby Dora Daniel Dalilia
Estelle Eugene Emilia Erick Elida Enrique Estelle Eugene Emilia Erick
Frank Fernanda Fabio Flossie Fausto Fefa Frank Fernanda Fabio Flossie
Georgette Greg Gilma Gil Genevieve Guillermo Georgette Greg Gilma Gil
Howard Hilary Hector Henriette Hernan Hilda Howard Hilary Hector Henriette
Isis Irwin Iva Ismael Iselle Ignacio Isis Irwin Iva Ismael
Javier Jova John Juliette Julio Jimena Javier Jova John Juliette
Kay Knut Kristy Kiko Kenna Kevin Kay Knut Kristy Kiko
Lester Lidia Lane Lorena Lowell Linda Lester Lidia Lane Lorena
Madeline Max Miriam Manuel Marie Marty Madeline Max Miriam Manuel
Newton Norma Norman Narda Norbert Nora Newton Norma Narda
Olivia Octave Odile Olaf Orlene Otis Octave
Paul Priscilla Polo Pauline Paine Pilar Pricsilla
Rosa Raymond Rachel Rick Roslyn Ramon Raymond
Sergio Sonia Simon Sandra Selma
Tara Tico Terry
Velma Vivian
Winnie Waldo
Xina
References:[32][38]

Names used between 1990–1999[edit]

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999
Alma Andres Agatha Adrian Aletta Adolph Alma Andres Agatha Adrian
Boris Blanca Blas Beatriz Bud Barbara Boris Blanca Blas Beatriz
Cristina Carlos Celia Calvin Carlotta Cosme Cristina Cosme Celia Calvin
Douglas Dolores Darby Dora Daniel Dalila Douglas Dolores Darby Dora
Elida Enrique Estelle Eugene Emilia Erick Elida Enrique Estelle Eugene
Fausto Fefa Frank Fernanda Fabio Fefa Fausto Felicia Frank Fernanda
Genevieve Guillermo Georgette Greg Gilma Gil Genevieve Guillermo Georgette Greg
Hernan Hilda Howard Hilary Hector Henriette Hernan Hilda Howard Hilary
Iselle Ignacio Isis Irwin Ileana Ismael Ignacio Isis Irwin
Julio Jimena Javier Jova John Juliette Jimena Javier
Kenna Kevin Kay Kenneth Kristy Kevin Kay
Lowell Linda Lester Lidia Lane Linda Lester
Marie Marty Madeline Max Miriam Marty Madeline
Norbert Nora Newton Norma Norman Nora
Odile Orlene Olivia Olaf
Polo Paine Paul Pauline
Rachel Roslyn Rosa Rick
Simon Seymour
Trudy Tina
Vance Virgil
Winifred
Xavier
Yolanda
Zeke
References:[39][32][38][14][15]

Names used between 2000–2009[edit]

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
Aletta Adolph Alma Andres Agatha Adrian Aletta Alvin Alma Andres
Bud Barbara Boris Blanca Blas Beatriz Bud Barbara Boris Blanca
Carlotta Cosme Cristina Carlos Celia Calvin Carlotta Cosme Cristina Carlos
Daniel Dalila Douglas Dolores Darby Dora Daniel Dalila Douglas Dolores
Emilia Erick Elida Enrique Estelle Eugene Emilia Erick Elida Enrique
Fabio Flossie Fausto Felicia Frank Fernanda Fabio Flossie Fausto Felicia
Gilma Gil Genevieve Guillermo Georgette Greg Gilma Gil Genevieve Guillermo
Hector Henriette Hernan Hilda Howard Hilary Hector Henriette Hernan Hilda
Ileana Ivo Iselle Ignacio Isis Irwin Ileana Ivo Iselle Ignacio
John Juliette Julio Jimena Javier Jova John Juliette Julio Jimena
Kristy Kiko Kenna Kevin Kay Kenneth Kristy Kiko Karina Kevin
Lane Lorena Lowell Linda Lester Lidia Lane Lowell Linda
Miriam Manuel Marty Max Miriam Marie Marty
Norman Narda Nora Norma Norman Norbert Nora
Olivia Octave Olaf Otis Olivia Odile Olaf
Paul Patricia Paul Polo Patricia
Rosa Rosa Rick
Sergio
References:[16][17][18][19][20][21][22][23][24][25]

Names used and scheduled between 2010–2019[edit]

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Agatha Adrian Aletta Alvin Amanda Andres Agatha Adrian Aletta Alvin
Blas Beatriz Bud Barbara Boris Blanca Blas Beatriz Bud Barbara
Celia Calvin Carlotta Cosme Cristina Carlos Celia Calvin Carlotta Cosme
Darby Dora Daniel Dalila Douglas Dolores Darby Dora Daniel Dalila
Estelle Eugene Emilia Erick Elida Enrique Estelle Eugene Emilia Erick
Frank Fernanda Fabio Flossie Fausto Felicia Frank Fernanda Fabio Flossie
Georgette Greg Gilma Gil Genevieve Guillermo Georgette Greg Gilma Gil
Hilary Hector Henriette Hernan Hilda Howard Hilary Hector Henriette
Irwin Ileana Ivo Iselle Ignacio Isis Irwin Ileana Ivo
Jova John Juliette Julio Jimena Javier Jova John Juliette
Kenneth Kristy Kiko Karina Kevin Kay Kenneth Kristy Kiko
Lane Lorena Lowell Linda Lester Lidia Lane Lorena
Miriam Manuel Marie Marty Madeline Max Miriam Mario
Norman Narda Norbert Nora Newton Norma Norman Narda
Olivia Octave Odile Olaf Orlene Otis Olivia Octave
Paul Priscilla Polo Patricia Paine Pilar Paul Priscilla
Rosa Raymond Rachel Rick Roslyn Ramon Rosa Raymond
Sonia Simon Sandra Seymour Selma Sergio Sonia
Trudy Terry Tina Todd Tara Tico
Vance Vivian Virgil Veronica Vicente Velma
Winnie Waldo Winifred Wiley Willa Wallis
Xavier Xina Xavier Xina Xavier Xina
Yolanda York Yolanda York Yolanda York
Zeke Zelda Zeke Zelda Zeke Zelda
[26][27][28][29][30]

Central North Pacific (Date line to 140W)[edit]

In 1950 a tropical cyclone that affected Hawaii was named Able, after a tropical cyclone had not affected Hawaii for a number of years. The system subsequently became widely known as Hurricane Hiki, since Hiki is Hawaiian for Able.[40] Typhoons Olive and Della of 1952 and 1957 developed within the Central Pacific, but were not named until they had crossed the International Dateline and moved into the Western Pacific basin.[41][42] During 1957, two other tropical cyclones developed in the Central Pacific and were named Kanoa and Nina, by the Hawaiian military meteorological offices.[42] It was subsequently decided that future tropical cyclones, would be named by borrowing names from the Western Pacific naming lists.[42] During 1979, after ten names had been borrowed from the Western Pacific naming lists, Hawaiian names were reinstated for tropical cyclones developing into tropical storms forming in the Central Pacific.[33] Five sets of Hawaiian names, using only the 12 letters of the Hawaiian alphabet, were drafted with the intent being to use the sets of names on an annual rotation basis.[33] However, after no storms had developed in this region between 1979 and 1981, the annual lists were scrapped and replaced with four sets of names and designed to be used consecutively.[33] Ahead of the 2007 hurricane season, the Central Pacific Hurricane Center (CPHC) introduced a revised set of Hawaiian names for the Central Pacific, after they had worked with the University of Hawaii Hawaiian Studies Department to ensure the correct meaning and appropriate historical and cultural use of the names.[43]

Able/Hiki (1950) Kanoa (1957) Akoni (1982) Ema (1982) Hana (1982) Iwa (1982) Keli (1984) Lala (1984) Moke (1984) Nele (1985) Oka (1987) Peke (1987)
Uleki (1988) Aka (1990) Ekeka (1992) Hali (1992) Iniki (1992) Keoni (1993) Li (1994) Mele (1994) Nona (1994) Oliwa (1997) Paka (1997) Upana (2000)
Wene (2000) Alika (2002) Ele (2002) Huko (2002) Ioke (2006) Kika (2008) Lana (2009) Maka (2009) Neki (2009) Omeka (2010) Pewa (2013) Unala (2013)
References:[24][25][26][29][33]

Western North Pacific[edit]

In the Western North Pacific ocean, there are two sets of names generally used. The first are the international names assigned to a tropical cyclone by the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) or the Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC). The second set of names are local names assigned to a tropical cyclone by the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration. This system often ends up with a tropical cyclone being assigned two names, should a tropical storm threaten the Philippines.

On January 1, 2000 the Japan Meteorological Agency as the official Regional Specialized Meteorological Center took over the naming of Tropical storms. The names selected by the World Meteorological Organization's Typhoon Committee were from a pool of names submitted by the various countries that make up the Typhoon Committee.

Names used between 1945 – 1959[edit]

1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959
Ann Barbara Anna Karen Carmen Doris Georgia Charlotte Irma Elsie Violet Sarah Rose Ophelia Ruby Marge
Betty Charlotte Berneda Lana Della Elsie Hope Dinah Judy Flossie Wilda Thelma Shirley Phyllis Sally Nora
Connie Dolly Carol Mabel Elaine Flossie Iris Emma Kit Grace Anita Vera Trix Rita Tilda Opal
Doris Elinor Donna Nadine Faye Grace Joan Freda Lola Helen Billie Wanda Virginia Susan Violet Patsy
Nancy Ginny Eileen Ophelia Gloria Helene Kate Gilda Mamie Ida Clara Amy Wendy Tess Wilda Ruth
Opal Ingrid Faith Pearl Hester Ida Louise Harriet Nina June Dot Babs Agnes Viola Anita Sarah
Peggy Janie Gwen Rose Irma Jane Marge Ivy Ophelia Kathy Ellen Charlotte Bess Winnie Billie Thelma
Edna Lilly Helena Annabell Judith Kezia Nora Jeanne Phyllis Lorna Fran Dinah Carmen Alice Clara Vera
Eva Maggie Inez Bertha Kitty Lucretia Ora Karen Rita Marie Georgia Emma Della Betty Dot Wanda
Queenie Opal Joyce Chris Lise Missatha Pat Lois Susan Nancy Hope Freda Elaine Cora Ellen Amy
Frances Priscilla Kathleen Dolores Madeline Nancy Ruth Mary Tess Olga Iris Gilda Faye Doris Fran Babs
Grace Querida Laura Eunice Nelly Ossia Sarah Nona Viola Pamela Joan Harriet Gloria Elsie Georgia Charlotte
Ruth Alma Mildred Flo Omelia Petie Thelma Olive Winnie Ruby Kate Ivy Hester Flossie Hope Dinah
Susan Betty Nanette Gestrude Patricia Ruby Vera Polly Alice Sally Louise Jean Irma Grace Iris Emma
Tess Dianne Olive Hazel Rena Anita Wanda Rose Betty Tilda Marge Karen Judy Helen Joan Freda
Helen Pauline Ione Allyn Billie Amy Shirley Cora Nora Lucille Kit Ida Kate Gilda
Ursula Rosalind Jackie Betty Clara Babs Trix Doris Opal Mary Lola June Louise Harriet
Ida Alice Kit Camilla Delilah Vae Patsy Nadine Mamie Kathy
Verna Beatrice Libby Ellen Wilma Ruth Olive Nina Lorna
Wanda Cathy Martha Fran Agnes Polly Marie
Jean Dora Norma Bess Nancy
Kate Elnora Olga Carmen Olga
Louise Flora Pat Della Pamela
Marge Gladys Rita Elaine
Yvonne Hannah Agnes Faye
Nora Irene Beverly Gloria
Jean Hester
References:[44]

Names used between 1960 – 1974[edit]

1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974
Ivy Rita Fran Olive Tess Patsy Hester Ruby Jean Phyllis Nancy Sarah Kit Wilda Wanda
Jean Susan Georgia Polly Viola Ruth Irma Sally Kim Rita Olga Thelma Lola Anita Amy
Karen Tess Hope Rose Winnie Sarah Judy Therese Lucy Susan Pamela Vera Mamie Billie Babe
Lucille Viola Iris Shirley Alice Thelma Kit Violet Mary Tess Ruby Wanda Nina Clara Carla
Mary Winnie Joan Trix Betty Vera Lola Wilda Nadine Viola Sally Amy Ora Dot Dinah
Nadine Alice Kate Virginia Cora Wanda Mamie Anita Olive Winnie Therese Babe Phyllis Ellen Emma
Olive Betty Louise Wendy Doris Amy Nina Billie Polly Alice Violet Carla Rita Fran Freda
Polly Cora Marge Agnes Elsie Babe Ora Clara Rose Betty Wilda Dinah Susan Georgia Gilda
Rose Doris Nora Bess Flossie Carla Phyllis Dot Shirley Cora Anita Emma Tess Hope Harriet
Shirley Elsie Opal Carmen Grace Dinah Rita Ellen Trix Doris Billie Freda Viola Iris Ivy
Trix Flossie Patsy Della Helen Emma Susan Fran Virginia Elsie Clara Gilda Winnie Joan Jean
Virginia Grace Ruth Elaine Ida Freda Tess Georgia Wendy Flossie Dot Harriet Alice Kate Kim
Wendy Helen Sarah Faye June Gilda Viola Hope Agnes Grace Ellen Ivy Betty Louise Lucy
Agnes Ida Thelma Gloria Kathy Harriet Winnie Iris Bonnie Helen Fran Jean Cora Marge Mary
Bess June Vera Hester Lorna Ivy Alice Joan Carmen Ida Georgia Kim Doris Nora Nadine
Carmen Kathy Wanda Irma Marie Jean Betty Kate Della June Hope Lucy Elsie Opal Olive
Della Lorna Amy Judy Nancy Kim Cora Louise Elaine Kathy Iris Mary Flossie Patsy Polly
Elaine Marie Babe Kit Olga Lucy Doris Marge Faye Lorna Joan Nadine Grace Ruth Rose
Faye Nancy Carla Lola Pamela Mary Elsie Nora Gloria Marie Kate Olive Helen Sarah Shirley
Gloria Olga Dinah Mamie Ruby Nadine Flossie Opal Hester Louise Polly Ida Thelma Trix
Hester Pamela Emma Nina Sally Olive Grace Patsy Irma Marge Rose June Vera Virginia
Irma Ruby Freda Ora Tilda Polly Helen Ruth Judy Nora Shirley Kathy Wendy
Judy Sally Gilda Phyllis Violet Rose Ida Sarah Kit Opal Trix Lorna Agnes
Kit Tilda Harriet Rita Wilda Shirley June Thelma Lola Patsy Virginia Marie Bess
Lola Violet Ivy Susan Anita Trix Kathy Vera Mamie Ruth Wendy Nancy Carmen
Mamie Wilda Jean Billie Virginia Lorna Wanda Nina Agnes Olga Della
Nina Anita Karen Clara Wendy Marie Amy Ora Bess Pamela Elaine
Ophelia Billie Lucy Dot Agnes Nancy Babe Carmen Ruby Faye
Phyllis Clara Mary Ellen Bess Olga Carla Della Sally Gloria
Dot Nadine Fran Carmen Pamela Dinah Elaine Therese Hester
Ellen Georgia Della Emma Faye Violet Irma
Hope Elaine Freda Gloria Judy
Iris Faye Gilda Hester Kit
Joan Gloria Harriet Irma
Kate Ivy Judy
Louise
Marge
Nora
Opal
References:[44]

Names used between 1975 – 1989[edit]

1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989
Lola Kathy Patsy Nadine Alice Carmen Freda Mamie Sarah Vernon Elsie Judy Orchid Roy Winona
Mamie Lorna Ruth Olive Bess Dom Gerald Nelson Tip Wynn Fabian Ken Percy Susan Andy
Nina Marie Sarah Polly Cecil Ellen Holly Odessa Vera Alex Gay Lola Ruth Thad Brenda
Ora Nancy Thelma Rose Dot Forrest Ike Pat Wayne Betty Hal Mac Sperry Vanessa Cecil
Phyllis Olga Vera Shirley Ellis Georgia June Ruby Abby Cary Irma Nancy Thelma Warren Dot
Rita Pamela Wanda Trix Faye Herbert Kelly Skip Ben Dinah Jeff Owen Vernon Agnes Ellis
Susan Ruby Amy Virginia Gordon Ida Lynn Tess Carmen Ed Kit Peggy Wynne Bill Faye
Tess Sally Babe Wendy Hope Joe Maury Val Dom Freda Lee Roger Alex Clara Gordon
Viola Therese Carla Agnes Irving Kim Nina Winona Ellen Gerald Mamie Sarah Betty Doyle Hope
Winnie Violet Dinah Bonnie Judy Lex Ogden Andy Forrest Holly Nelson Tip Cary Elsie Irving
Alice Wilda Emma Carmen Ken Marge Phyllis Bess Georgia Ike Odessa Vera Dinah Fabian Judy
Betty Anita Freda Della Lola Norris Roy Cecil Herbert June Pat Wayne Ed Gay Ken
Cora Billie Gilda Elaine Mac Orchid Susan Dot Ida Kelly Ruby Abby Freda Hal Lola
Doris Clara Harriet Faye Nancy Percy Thad Ellis Joe Lynn Skip Ben Gerald Irma Mac
Elsie Dot Ivy Gloria Owen Ruth Vanessa Faye Kim Maury Tess Carmen Holly Jeff Nancy
Flossie Ellen Jean Hester Pamela Sperry Warren Gordon Lex Nina Val Dom Ian Kit Owen
Grace Fran Kim Irma Roger Thelma Agnes Hope Marge Ogden Winona Ellen June Lee Peggy
Helen Georgia Lucy Judy Sarah Vernon Bill Irving Norris Phyllis Andy Forrest Kelly Mamie Roger
Ida Hope Mary Kit Tip Wynne Clara Judy Orchid Roy Brenda Georgia Lynn Nelson Sarah
June Iris Lola Vera Alex Doyle Ken Percy Susan Cecil Herbert Maury Odessa Tip
Joan Mamie Wayne Betty Elsie Lola Ruth Thad Dot Ida Nina Pat Vera
Kate Nina Abby Cary Fabian Mac Sperry Vanessa Ellis Joe Ogden Ruby Wayne
Louise Ora Ben Dinah Gay Nancy Thelma Warren Faye Kim Phyllis Skip Angela
Marge Phyllis Ed Hazen Owen Agnes Gordon Lex Tess Brian
Nora Rita Irma Pamela Bill Hope Marge Val Colleen
Opal Susan Jeff Roger Clara Irving Norris Dan
Tess Kit Doyle Elsie
Viola Lee Forrest
Winnie Gay
Hunt
Irma
Jack
References:[44]

Names used between 1990 – 2004[edit]

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004
Koryn Sharon Axel Irma Owen Chuck Ann Hannah Nichole Hilda Damrey Cimaron Tapah Yanyan Sudal
Lewis Tim Bobbie Jack Page Deanna Bart Isa Otto Iris Longwang Chebi Mitag Kujira Nida
Marian Vanessa Chuck Koryn Russ Eli Cam Jimmy Penny Jacob Kirogi Durian Hagibis Chan-hom Omais
Nathan Walt Deanna Lewis Sharon Faye Dan Kelly Rex Kate Kai-tak Utor Noguri Linfa Conson
Ofelia Yunya Eli Marian Tim Gary Eve Levi Stella Leo Tembin Trami Rammasun Nangka Chanthu
Percy Zeke Faye Nathan Vanessa Helen Frankie Marie Todd Maggie Bolaven Kong-rey Chataan Soudelor Dianmu
Robyn Amy Gary Ofelia Walt Irving Gloria Nestor Vicki Neil Chanchu Yutu Halong Imbudo Mindulle
Steve Brendan Helen Percy Yunya Janis Herb Opal Waldo Olga Jelawat Toraji Nakri Koni Tingting
Tasha Caitlin Irving Robyn Zeke Kent Ian Peter Yanni Paul Ewiniar Man-yi Fengshen Morakot Kompasu
Vernon Doug Janis Steve Amy Lois Joy Rosie Zeb Rachel Bilis Usagi Kalmaegi Etau Namtheun
Winona Ellie Kent Tasha Brendan Mark Kirk Scott Alex Sam Kaemi Pabuk Fung-wong Vamco Malou
Yancy Fred Lois Vernon Caitlin Nina Lisa Tina Babs Tanya Prapiroon Wutip Kammuri Krovanh Meranti
Zola Gladys Mark Winona Doug Oscar Marty Victor Chip Virgil Maria Sepat Phanfone Dujuan Rananim
Abe Harry Nina Yancy Ellie Polly Niki Winnie Dawn Wendy Saomai Fitow Vongfong Maemi Malakas
Becky Ivy Omar Zola Fred Ryan Orson Yule Elvis York Bopha Danas Rusa Choi-wan Megi
Cecil Joel Polly Abe Gladys Sibyl Piper Zita Faith Zia Wukong Nari Sinlaku Koppu Chaba
Dot Kinna Ryan Becky Harry Ted Rick Amber Gil Ann Sonamu Vipa Hagupit Ketsana Aere
Ed Luke Sibyl Cecil Ivy Val Sally Bing Bart Shanshan Francisco Changmi Parma Songda
Flo Mireille Ted Dot Joel Ward Tom Cass Cam Yagi Lekima Mekkhala Melor Sarika
Gene Nat Val Ed Kinna Yvette Violet David Dan Xangsane Krosa Higos Nepartak Haima
Hattie Orchid Ward Flo Luke Zack Willie Ella Eve Bebinca Haiyan Bavi Lupit Meari
Ira Pat Yvette Gene Melissa Angela Yates Fritz Frankie Rumbia Podul Maysak Ma-on
Jeana Ruth Zack Hattie Nat Brian Zane Ginger Gloria Soulik Lingling Haishen Tokage
Kyle Seth Angela Ira Orchid Colleen Abel Hank Kajiki Pongsona Nock-ten
Lola Thelma Brian Jeana Pat Dan Beth Ivan Faxai Muifa
Mike Verne Colleen Kyle Ruth Carlo Joan Vamei Merbok
Nell Wilda Dan Lola Seth Dale Keith Nanmadol
Owen Yuri Elsie Manny Teresa Ernie Linda Talas
Page Zelda Forrest Nell Verne Fern Mort Noru
Russ Gay Wilda Greg
Hunt Yuri
Zelda
Axel
Bobbie
References:[44][14][15][16][17][18][19][20]

Names used between 2005 – 2014[edit]

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
Kulap Chanchu Kong-rey Neoguri Kujira Omais Aere Pakhar Sonamu Lingling
Roke Jelawat Yutu Rammasun Chan-hom Conson Songda Sanvu Shanshan Kajiki
Sonca Ewiniar Toraji Matmo Linfa Chanthu Sarika Mawar Yagi Faxai
Nesat Bilis Man-yi Halong Nangka Dianmu Haima Guchol Leepi Peipah
Haitang Kaemi Usagi Nakri Soudelor Mindulle Meari Talim Bebinca Tapah
Nalgae Prapiroon Pabuk Fengshen Molave Lionrock Ma-on Doksuri Rumbia Mitag
Banyan Maria Wutip Kalmaegi Goni Kompasu Tokage Khanun Soulik Hagibis
Washi Saomai Sepat Fung-wong Morakot Namtheun Nock-ten Vicente Cimaron Neoguri
Matsa Bopha Fitow Kammuri Etau Malou Muifa Saola Jebi Rammasun
Sanvu Wukong Danas Phanfone Vamco Meranti Merbok Damrey Mangkhut Matmo
Mawar Sonamu Nari Vongfong Krovanh Fanapi Nanmadol Haikui Utor Halong
Guchol Shanshan Wipha Nuri Dujuan Malakas Talas Kirogi Trami Nakri
Talim Yagi Francisco Sinlaku Mujigae Megi Noru Kai-tak Kong-rey Fengshen
Nabi Xangsane Lekima Hagupit Koppu Chaba Kulap Tembin Yutu Kalmaegi
Khanun Bebinca Krosa Jangmi Choi-wan Roke Bolaven Toraji Fung-wong
Vicente Rumbia Haiyan Mekkhala Ketsana Sonca Sanba Man-yi Kammuri
Saola Soulik Podul Higos Parma Nesat Jelawat Usagi Phanfone
Damrey Cimaron Lingling Bavi Melor Haitang Ewiniar Pabuk Vongfong
Longwang Chebi Kajiki Maysak Nepartak Nalgae Maliksi Wutip Nuri
Kirogi Durian Faxai Haishen Lupit Banyan Gaemi Sepat Sinlaku
Kai-tak Utor Peipah Noul Mirinae Washi Prapiroon Fitow Hagupit
Tembin Trami Tapah Dolphin Nida Maria Danas Jangmi
Bolaven Mitag Son-Tinh Nari Mekkhala
Hagibis Bopha Wipha Higos
Wukong Francisco Bavi
Lekima
Krosa
Haiyan
Podul
References:[21][22][23][24][25][26][27][28][29]

Philippines[edit]

Since 1963, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA), have assigned their own names to typhoons that pass through its area of responsibility.[45] Unlike the World Meteorological Organization's standard of assigning names to tropical cyclones when they reach wind-speeds of 65 km/h, (40 mph), PAGASA assigns a name to a tropical depression when they either form or move into their area of responsibility.[45][46] Four sets of tropical cyclone names are rotated annually with typhoon names stricken from the list should they do more than 1 billion Pesos worth of damage to the Philippines and or cause 300 or more deaths.[47][48] Should the list of names for a given year prove insufficient, names are taken from an auxiliary list.[47]

Names used between 1963–1977[edit]

1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977
Auring Asiang Toyang Atring Atang Auring Asiang Atring Atang Auring Sisang Asiang Atring Atang Auring Asiang Atring
Bebeng Biring Undang Bining Bising Bebeng Biring Bining Bising Bebeng Trining Biring Bining Bising Bebeng Biring Bining
Katring Konsing Welpring Kuring Klaring Katring Konsing Kuring Klaring Katring Uring Konsing Kuring Klaring Katring Konsing Kuring
Diding Dading Yoning Daling Deling Diding Didang Daling Deling Diding Warling Didang Daling Deling Diding Didang Daling
Etang Edeng Aring Elang Emang Etang Edeng Elang Emang Etang Yayang Edeng Elang Emang Etang Elang
Gening Gloring Basiang Gloring Gading Gening Gloring Goring Gading Gening Ading Gloring Goring Gading Gening Gloring Goring
Herming Hunaning Kayang Huling Heling Herming Huaning Huling Heling Herming Barang Hunaning Huling Heling Herming Huaning Huling
Ising Isang Dorang Ibiang Iliang Ising Iniang Ibiang Iliang Ising Krising Isang Ibiang Iliang Ising Isang Ibiang
Luding Lusing Enang Luming Loleng Luding Lusing Luming Loleng Luding Dadang Lusing Luming Loleng Luding Lusing Luming
Mameng Maring Grassing Milling Miding Mameng Maring Miling Miding Mameng Erling Maring Milling Miding Mameng Maring Miling
Neneng Nitang Hobing Narsing Norming Neneng Nitang Narsing Norming Neneng Goying Nitang Narsing Norming Neneng Nitang Narsing
Oniang Osang Ining Openg Oyang Oniang Osang Openg Oyang Oniang Hobing Osang Openg Oyang Oniang Osang Openg
Pepang Paring Lilling Pining Pitang Pepang Paring Pining Pitang Pepang Ining Paring Pasing Pepang Paring Pining
Rosing Reming Moning Rubing Ruping Rosing Reming Rubing Ruping Rosing Reming Ruping Rosing Reming Rubing
Sisang Seniang Naning Saling Sening Sisang Seniang Saling Sening Seniang Susang Sisang Seniang Saling
Trining Oring Tasing Titang Trining Toyang Titang Toyang Tering Toyang Tasing
Unding Uding Uring Uding Undang Uding Undang Unsing
Walding Wening Welming Wening Wening Welpring Walding
Yeyeng Yoling Yading Yoling Yaning Yoning Yeyeng
Anding Aning Ading Aning Aning Aring
Binang Barang Bidang Bidang Basiang
Kading Kayang
Delang
References:[49]

Names used between 1978–1992[edit]

1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992
Atang Auring Asiang Atring Akang Auring Asiang Atring Akang Auring Asiang Atring Akang[50] Auring Asiang
Bising Bebeng Biring Bining Bising Bebeng Biring Bining Bising Bebeng Biring Bining Bising[51] Bebeng Biring
Klaring Katring Konsing Kuring Klaring Katring Konsing Kuring Klaring Katring Konsing Kuring[52] Klaring[53] Karing Konsing
Deling Diding Ditang Daling Deling Diding Ditang Daling Deling Diding Ditang Daling Diding Diding Ditang
Emang Etang Edeng Elang Emang Etang Edeng Elang Emang Etang Edeng Elang[54] Emang Etang Edeng
Gading Gening Gloring Goring Gading Gening Gloring Goring Gading Gening Gloring Goring[50] Gading Gening Gloring
Heling Herming Huaning Huling Heling Herming Huaning Huling Heling Herming Huaning Huling Heling[55] Helming Huaning
Iliang Ising Isang Ibiang Iliang Ising Isang Ibiang Iling Ising Isang Ibiang Ilang[55] Ising Isang
Loleng Luding Lusing Luming Loleng Luding Lusing Luming Loleng Luding Lusing Luming Loleng[55] Lusding Lusing
Miding Mameng Maring Milling Miding Mameng Maring Milling Miding Mameng Maring Miling[56] Miding Mameng Maring
Norming Neneng Nitang Narsing Norming Neneng Nitang Narsing Norming Neneng Ningning Narsing Norming[53] Naneng Ningning
Oyang Oniang Osang Openg Oyang Oniang Openg Oyang Oniang Osang Openg[50] Oyang Oniang Osang
Pasing Pepang Paring Pining Pasing Pepang Paring Pining Pasing Pepang Paring Pining Pasing Pepang Paring
Ruping Rosing Reming Rubing Ruping Rosing Reming Rubing Rubing Rosing Reming Rubing[50] Ruping Rosing
Susang Sisang Seniang Saling Susang Sisang Seniang Saling Susang Sisang Seniang Saling Susang Sendang
Tering Trining Toyang Tasing Tering Trining Toyang Tasing Tering Trining Toyang Tasing[50] Trining
Uding Uring Undang Unsing Uding Uring Undang Unsing Uding Unsang Unsing Uring
Weling Warling Welpring Walding Weling Warling Welpring Weling Welpring Walding Warling
Yaning Yayang Yoning Yeyeng Yaning Yayang Yoning Yaning Yoning Yeyeng
Aning Ading Aring Anding Aning Ading Aring Aning Apiang
Bidang Barang Basiang Binang Bidang Barang Bidang
Kading Krising Kayang Kadiang Krising
Delang Dorang Dinang Dadang
Esang
Garding
References:[49][50][56][57][58][59][60]

Names used between 1993–2007[edit]

1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007
Atring Walding Akang Ritang Auring Asiang Atring Akang Auring Asiang Auring Agaton Amang Niña Ambo Nina Auring Agaton Amang
Bining Yeyeng Bising Susang Bebeng Biring Bining Bising Bebeng Biring Barok Basyang Batibot Onyok Butchoy Ofel Bising Basyang Bebeng
Kuring Anding Klaring Tering Karing Konsing Kuring Klaring Karing Konsing Crising Caloy Chedeng Pogi Cosme Pablo Crising Caloy Chedeng
Daling Binang Deling Uding Diding Ditang Daling Deling Diding Ditang Darna Dagul Dodong Quiel Dindo Quinta Dante Domeng Dodong
Elang Kadiang Emang Weling Etang Edeng Elang Emang Etang Edeng Emong Espada Egay Roskas Enteng Rolly Emong Ester Egay
Goring Dinang Gading Yaning Gening Gloring Goring Gading Gening Gloring Feria Florita Falcon Sikat Frank Siony Feria Florita Falcon
Huling Epang Heling Aning Helming Huaning Huling Heling Helming Huaning Gorio Gloria Gilas Tisoy Gener Tonyo Gorio Glenda Goring
Ibiang Gundang Iliang Bidang Ising Isang Ibiang Iliang Ising Isang Huaning Hambalos Harurot Ursula Helen Unding Huaning Henry Hanna
Luming Husing Loleng Katring Luding Lusing Luming Loleng Luding Lusing Isang Inday Ineng Viring Igme Violeta Isang Inday Ineng
Miling Indang Miding Delang Mameng Maring Miling Miding Mameng Maring Jolina Juan Juaning Weng Julian Winnie Jolina Juan Juaning
Narsing Luring Norming Esang Naneng Ningning Narsing Norming Naneng Ningning Kiko Kaka Kabayan Yoyoy Karen Yoyong Kiko Katring Kabayan
Openg Monang Oyang Garding Oniang Osang Openg Oniang Osang Labuyo Lagalag Lakay Zigzag Lawin Zosimo Labuyo Luis Lando
Pining Naning Pasing Pepang Paring Pining Pepang Paring Maring Milenyo Manang Marce Maring Milenyo Mina
Rubing Oning Rosing Reming Rubing Rening Reming Nanang Nando Neneng
Saling Puring Sendang Seniang Sendang Seniang Ondoy Ondoy Ompong
Tasing Trining Toyang Trining Toyang Pabling Pepeng Paeng
Unsing Ulpiang Ulpiang Quedan Quedan Queenie
Welpring Reming
Seniang
Tomas
References:[14][15][16][17][18][19][20][21][22][23]

Names used and scheduled between 2008–2016[edit]

2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Ambo Auring Agaton Amang Ambo Auring Nando Agaton Amang Ambo
Butchoy Bising Basyang Bebeng Butchoy Bising Odette Basyang Betty Butchoy
Cosme Crising Caloy Chedeng Carina Crising Paolo Caloy Chedeng Carina
Dindo Dante Domeng Dodong Dindo Dante Quedan Domeng Dodong Dindo
Enteng Emong Ester Egay Enteng Emong Ramil Ester Egay Enteng
Frank Feria Florita Falcon Ferdie Fabian Santi Florita Falcon Ferdie
Gener Gorio Glenda Goring Gener Gorio Tino Glenda Goring Gener
Helen Huaning Henry Hanna Helen Huaning Urduja Henry Hanna Helen
Igme Isang Inday Ineng Igme Isang Vinta Inday Ineng Igme
Julian Jolina Juan Juaning Julian Jolina Wilma Jose Jenny Julian
Karen Kiko Katring Kabayan Karen Kiko Yolanda Katring Kabayan Karen
Lawin Labuyo Lando Lawin Labuyo Zoraida Luis Lando Lawin
Marce Maring Mina Marce Maring Mario Marilyn Marce
Nina Nando Nonoy Nina Neneng Nonoy Nina
Ofel Ondoy Onyok Ofel Ompong Onyok Ofel
Pablo Pepeng Pedring Pablo Paeng Perla Pepito
Quinta Quedan Quiel Quinta Queenie Quiel Quinta
Rolly Ramil Ramon Ruby Ramon Rolly
Siony Santi Sendong Seniang Sarah Siony
Tonyo Tino Tomas Tisoy Tonyo
Ulysses Urduja Usman Ursula Ulysses
Vinta Venus Viring Vicky
Waldo Weng Warren
Yayang Yoyoy Yoyong
Zeny Zigzag Zosimo
References:[24][25][26][27][28][29]

North Indian Ocean[edit]

Within this basin it is the Regional Specialized Meteorological Centre in New Delhi, India, who assign names to cyclonic storms, which have windspeeds of over 65 km/h (40 mph). Names only started to be assigned to Tropical Cyclones in the North Indian Ocean in October 2004 with the first one named as Onil.

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
Onil Hibaru Mala Akash Nargis Bijli Laila Keila Murjan Mahasen-Viyaru Nanauk
Agni Pyarr Mukda Gonu Rashmi Aila Bandu Thane Nilam Phailin Hudhud
Baaz Ogni Yemyin Khai-Muk Phyan Phet Helen Nilofar
Fanoos Sidr Nisha Ward Giri Lehar Priya
Jal Madi Komen
References:[20][21][22][23][24][25][26][27][28][29]

South-West Indian Ocean[edit]

Names used between January 1960 – July 1975[edit]

1959–60 1960–61 1961–62 1962–63 1963–64 1964–65 1965–66 1966–67 1967–68 1968–69 1969–70 1970–71 1971–72 1972–73 1973–74
Alix Anna Ada Amy Amanda Arlette Judy Anne Angela Anita Annie Aline Andrea Agnes Ariane Alice
Barbara Beryl Bertha Betty Bessie Kathleen Brenda Bella Belinda Berthe Blanche Betsy Belle Beatrice Bernadette
Carol Clara Chantal Cecile Christine Connie Lesley Claude Collete Carmen Claine Corrine Claudine Caroline Charlotte Christiane
Doris Daisy Delia Danielle Doreen Mauren Denise Daphne Debby Dany Delphine Dominique Dolly Dorothea Dalida
Eva Emily Emma Eileen Edna Nancy Evelyn Elisa Elspeth Eve Elianne Edith Eugenie Emmanuelle Esmeralda
Flora Fanny Frances Freda Olive Francine Florence Flossie Fanny Francoise Felicie Fabienne Faustine Fredegonde
Gina Grace Giselle Ginette Peggy Germaine Gilberte Georgette Gilette Genevieve Ginette Gigi Gertrude Ghislaine
Helen Hilda Harriet Hazel Rose Hilary Huguette Henriette Helene Hermine Helga Hermione Hortense Honorine
Isabel Irene Ingrid Iris Ivy Irma Ida Iseult Iphigenie Iris
Jenny Julie Jose Judith Jackie Janine Jane Joelle Jessy
Kate Karen Kay Kathy Karine Katia Kalinka Kitty
Lucy Lily Lottie Louise Lise Lydie
Maud Monique Michele Muriel Marcelle
Noreen Nelly
Odette
References:[61][62][63][64][65][66][67][68][69][70][71][72][73][74][75]

Names used between August 1974 – July 1989[edit]

1974–75 1975–76 1976–77 1977–78 1978–79 1979–80 1980–81 1981–82 1982–83 1983–84 1984–85 1985–86 1986–87 1987–88 1988–89
Adele Audrey Agathe Aurore Angele Albine Adelaide Armelle Arilisy Andry Anety Alifredy Alinina Ariny Adelinina
Blandine Barbara Brigitta Babette Benjamine Berenice Bettina Benedicte Bemany Bakoly Bobalahy Berobia Bemazava Bernandro Barisaona
Camille Clotide Clarence Celimere Celine Claudette Christelle Clarissae Clera Caboto Celestina Costa Clotilda Calidera Calasanjy
Deborah Danae Damitile Dubinee Dora Danitza Diana Damia Dadafy Domoina Ditra Delifinina Daodo Doaza Dona
Elsa Ella Emilie Esther Estelle Eglantine Edwige Electre Elinah Edoara Esitera Erinesta Elizabeta Ezenina Edme
Fernande Frederique Fifi Fleur Fatou Flore Florine Frida Fely Fanja Feliska Filomena Filibera Filao Firinga
Gervaise Gladys Gilda Georgia Gelie Gudule Gaelle Gabrielle Galy Gerimena Gista Gabrielety Gasitao Gizela
Helase Heliotrope Hervea Huberte Helios Hyacinthe Helyette Heberte Haja Helisaonina Honorinina Haga Hely Hanitra
Ines Io Irena Idylle Ivanne Iadine Isabeau Imboa Iangola Iarima Iedima Iarisena Iana
Junon Jacqueline Jacinthe Johanne Justine Jamimy Jemisaona Jefotra Jaomisy Jidity Jinabo
Kiki Kolia Klara Karla Kamisy Kilera Krisostoma Kapisy Kaina Krisy
Lucie Laure Lisa Lidaoviky Lila Loizy Lezisy
Marylou Mavotafika
Nadine
References:[76][77][78][79][80][81][82][83][84][85][86][87][88][89][90][91]

Names used between August 1989 – June 2004[edit]

1989–90 1990–91 1991–92 1992–93 1993–94 1994–95 1995–96 1996–97 1997–98 1998–99 1999–2000 2000–01 2001–02 2002–03 2003–04
Alibera Alison Alexandra Aviona Alexina Albertine Agnielle Antoinette Anacelle Alda Astride Ando Andre Atang Abaimba
Bavomavo Bella Bryna Babie Bettina Bentha Bonita Bellamine Beltane Birenda Babiola Bindu Bako Boura Beni
Cezera Cynthia Celesta Colina Cecilia Christelle Coryna Chantelle Cindy Chikita Connie Charly Cyprien Crystal Cela
Dety Debra Davilia Dessilia Daisy Dorina Doloresse Daniella Donaline Davina Damienne Dera Dina Delfina Darius
Edisaona Elma Elizabeta Edwina Edmea Eliceca Edwige Elvina Elsie Evrina Eline Evariste Eddy Ebula Elita
Felana Fatima Farida Finella Farah Fodah Flossy Fabriola Fiona Felicia Francesca Fari Frank
Gregoria Gritelle Gerda Gracia Geralda Gail Guylianne Gretelle Gemma Gloria Guillaume Gerry Gafilo
Hanta Heather Hutelle Hollanda Heida Hansella Helinda Hudah Hary Hape Helma
Ikonjo Irna Ionia Ivy Ingrid Itelle Iletta Innocente Ikala Isha Itseng
Jourdanne Julita Josta Jenna Josie Jery Japhet Juba
Konita Kelvina Kylie Karlette Kesiny Kalunde
Litanne Lidy Lisette Luma
Mariola Marlene Manou
Nadia
Odille
References:[citation needed][92][93][94][95][96][97][98][99][100][101][102][103][104][105]

Names used and scheduled between July 2004 – June 2015[edit]

2004–05 2005–06 2006–07 2007–08 2008–09 2009–10 2010–11 2011–12 2012–13 2013–14 2014–15
Arola Alvin Anita Ariel Asma Anja Abele Alenga Anais Amara Adjali
Bento Boloetse Bondo Bongwe Bernard Bongani Bingiza Benilde Boldwin Bejisa Bansi
Chambo Carina Clovis Celina Cinda Cleo Cherono Chanda Claudia Colin Chedza
Daren Diwa Dora Dama Dongo David Dando Dumile Deliwe Diamondra
Ernest Elia Enok Elnus Eric Edzani Ethel Emang Edilson Eunice
Felapi Favio Fame Fanele Fami Funso Felleng Fobane Fundi
Gerard Gamede Gula Gael Gelane Giovanna Gino Guito Glenda
Hennie Humba Hondo Hina Hubert Hilwa Haruna Hellen Haliba
Isang Indlala Ivan Izilda Imani Irina Imelda Ivanoe Ikola
Juliet Jaya Jokwe Jade Joel Joni Jamala Joalane
Kamba Kuena Kesha
Lola Lugenda
References:[106][107][108][109][110][111][112][113][114][115]

Australian Region[edit]

Tropical cyclones in the Australian region are named by one of five tropical cyclone warning centers that each have the right to name tropical cyclones.[116] The naming of cyclones officially started during the 1963–64 tropical cyclone season, with the first name being assigned on January 6, 1964 to Cyclone Bessie.[117][118] Female names were used exclusively until the current convention of alternating male and female names commenced in 1975.[117] Names that cause significant damage within the Australian region are retired by the Bureau of Meteorology (Australia) with new names selected at the bi-annual meeting of the World Meteorological Organization's RA V Tropical Cyclone Committee.[116][117] In 2008, the lists used by the three TCWC centres were combined to form a single list of names.[119]

Names used between July 1963 – June 1978[edit]

1963–64 1964–65 1965–66 1966–67 1967–68 1968–69 1969–70 1970–71 1971–72 1972–73 1973–74 1974–75 1975–76 1976–77 1977–78
Bessie Rita Amanda Beryl Betsy Adele Blossom Andrea Kitty Jean Ines Marcia Ray Harry Tom
Dora Flora Carol Delliah Bertha Amber Diane Carmen Sally Kerry Anne Norah Joan Ted Sam
Eva Una Joy Edith Doreen Beatie Ada Beverly Althea Adeline Beryl Penny Kim Irene Trudy
Carmen Judy Lisa Elise Dixie Cheri Glynis Eva Bronwyn Maud Natalie Selma Sue June Vern
Hazel Annie Betty Gwen Ella Bettina Harriet Janet Carlotta Kirsty Cecily Tracy Vanessa Keith Gwen
Gertie Marie Connie Elaine Gina Bridget Dolly Loris Wendy Leah Una Flora Alan Lilly Winnie
Katie Dolly Martha Cynthia Bonnie Gladys Ingrid Myrtle Daisy Madge Deidre Robyn Beth Miles Alby
Joan Nancy Laura Audery Judy Polly Tessie Bella Erica Gloria Wally Nancy Brenda
Mavis Sandra Nellie Leoine Dawn Rita Vicky Paula Fiona Shirley Colin Jack Hal
Ruth Shirley Esther Florence Shelia Angela Marcelle Gwenda Trixie Alice Karen
Alice Cindy Aggie Belinda Vera Wilma Dawn Otto
Gisele Kathy Dora Emily Wendy Vida Watorea Leo
Isa Gertie Carol Yvonne Beverley Carol Verna
Lulu Ida Faith Helen Amelia Hope
Fiona Gail Zoe Clara Linda
Yvonne Hannah Isobel Denise
Maggie Ida Jessie
Lena Jenny
Mavis Alice
References:[118]

Names used between July 1978 – June 1993[edit]

1978–79 1979–80 1980–81 1981–82 1982–83 1983–84 1984–85 1985–86 1986–87 1987–88 1988–89 1989–90 1990–91 1991–92 1992–93
Peter Viola Alice Bessi Jane Oscar Harvey Emma Nicholas Connie Agi Ilona Pedro Lawrence Mark Ken
Greta Wilf Bert Amelia Des Pearl Bobby Frank Ophelia Irma Frederic Delilah Felicity Joy Betsy Nina
Rosa Paul Carol Chris Elinor Quenton Ingrid Monica Pancho Damien Gwenda John Rosita Chris Harriet Lena
Hazel Amy Dan Bruno Ken Esther Chloe Nigel Hector Jason Charlie Kirrily Sam Daphne Ian Oliver
Ivan Brian Edna Daphne Lena Fritz Ferdinand Odette Vernon Elise Herbie Harry Nancy Kelvin Neville Polly
Jane Clara Felix Errol Monty Tim Jim Gertie Winifred Kay Marcia Greg Elma Jane Roger
Stan Dean Mabel Abigail Naomi Grace Daryl Hubert Rhonda Blanche Ned Vincent Errol Monty
Kevin Ruth Eddie Graham Vivien Kathy Isobel Selwyn Aivu Walter Marion
Enid Neil Carol Willy Lance Jacob Tiffany Orson Fifi
Fred Freda Harriet Annette Pierre Alfred Meena Lisa
Simon Max Ian Rebecca Victor Eric
Doris Olga Bernie Kirsty Alison Hilda
Gloria Paddy Dominic Lindsay Manu Ivor
Claudia Sandy Billy Alex
Tanya Namu Bessi
Margot Tina
Gretel
References:[120][121][122][123][124][125][126][127][128][129][130][131][132][133][134]

Names used between July 1993 – June 2008[edit]

1993–94 1994–95 1995–96 1996–97 1997–98 1998–99 1999–00 2000–01 2001–02 2002–03 2003–04 2004–05 2005–06 2006–07 2007–08
Naomi Annette Daryl Lindsay Sid Zelia Ilsa Sam Alex Fiona Jana Phoebe Bertie Isobel Lee
Oscar Bobby Emma Melanie Selwyn Alison John Terri Bessi Graham Debbie Raymond Clare Nelson Guba
Pearl Violet Frank Nicholas Katrina Billy Kirrily Winsome Bernie Harriet Ken Sally Daryl Odette Melanie
Quenton Warren Gertie Ophelia Tiffany Thelma Leon Vincent Chris Craig Linda Tim Jim George Helen
Sadie Chloe Barry Fergus Les Cathy Marcia Wylva Claudia Erica Fritz Harvey Kate Jacob Nicholas
Theodore Agnes Hubert Phil Victor Olinda Steve Abigail Des Inigo Monty Vivienne Emma Kara Ophelia
Sharon Celeste Rachel May Damien Norman Walter Dianne Epi Evan Ingrid Larry Pierre Pancho
Tim Jacob Pancho Nathan Pete Olga Alistair Bonnie Nicky Willy Floyd Rosie
Vivenne Isobel Gillian Rona Tessi Errol Fay Adeline Glenda Durga
Willy Dennis Ita Vance Vaughan Upia Grace Hubert
Violet Kirsty Justin Elaine Paul Oscar Monica
Ethel Rhonda Frederic Rosita
Olivia Harold Gwenda
Hamish
References:[135][136][137][138][139][100][101][102][103][104][105][106][107][108][109]

Names used between July 2008 – June 2014[edit]

2008–09 2009–10 2010–11 2011–12 2012–13 2013–14
Anika Laurence Anggrek Fina Mitchell Alessia
Billy Magda Tasha Grant Narelle Bruce
Charlotte Neville Vince Heidi Oswald Christine
Dominic Olga Zelia Iggy Peta Dylan
Ellie Paul Anthony Jasmine Rusty Edna
Freddy Robyn Bianca Koji Sandra Fletcher
Gabrielle Sean Carlos Lua Tim Gillian
Hamish Dianne Victoria Hadi
Ilsa Errol Zane Ita
Jasper Jack
Kirrily
References:[110][111][112][113][114]

South Pacific[edit]

Tropical Cyclones started to be named within the South Pacific, by the New Caledonia Meteorological Office during the 1958–59 season.[140][141] The Fiji Office of the New Zealand Meteorological Service subsequently started to also name cyclones during the 1969–70 season with Alice being the first name to be used.[140]


Names used between 1958 – 1970[edit]

1958–59 1959–60 1960–61 1961–62 1962–63 1963–64 1964–65 1965–66 1966–67 1967–68 1968–69 1969–70
Aurelia Gabrielle Amanda Barbarine Audrey Judy Connie Angela Annie Becky Dolly
Beatrice Honorine Brigitte Catherine Bertha Lucie Dinah Brenda Colleen Emma
Charlotte Ida Corine Isis Edith Olga Agnes Florence Hortense Gillian
Dorothee Bertha Delilah Gertie Barbara Gisele Irene Helen
Eulalie Connie Erika Henrietta Glenda Esther Isa
Florence Flora
Gina
References:[141][142][143][144]

Names used between July 1970 – June 1985[edit]

1970–71 1971–72 1972–73 1973–74 1974–75 1975–76 1976–77 1977–78 1978–79 1979–80 1980–81 1981–82 1982–83 1983–84 1984–85
Odile Ursula Bebe Lottie Val David Kim Steve Fay Ofa Arthur Gyan Joti Rewa Atu Drena
Priscilla Vivienne Collette Monica Alison Elsa Laurie Tessa Gordon Peni Betsy Hettie Saba Kina Beti Eric
Rosie Wendy Diana Nessie Betty Frances Marion Anne Henry Rae Cliff Isaac Lisa Sarah Cyril Freda
Dora Yolande Elenore Pam Hope Norman Bob Kerry Sina Daman Mark Tomasi Gavin
Ida Agatha Felicity Tina Jan Pat Charles Leslie Tia Esau Nano Veena Hina
Lena Glenda Robert Diana Meli Val Fran
Nisha-Orama
Henrietta Ernie Wally Oscar William
Juliette Prema
References:[145][146][147]

Names used between July 1985 – June 2000[edit]

1985–86 1986–87 1987–88 1988–89 1989–90 1990–91 1991–92 1992–93 1993–94 1994–95 1995–96 1996–97 1997–98 1998–99 1999–00
Ima Osea Anne Eseta Nancy Sina Tia Esau Joni Rewa Vania Yasi Cyril Lusi Ursula Cora Iris
June Patsy Bola Fili Ofa Val Fran Kina Sarah William Zaka Drena Martin Veli Dani Jo
Keli Raja Cilla Gina Peni Wasa-Arthur Lin Tomas Atu Evan Nute Wes Ella Kim
Lusi Sally Dovi Harry Rae Betsy Gene Mick Usha Beti Freda Osea Yali Frank Leo
Martin Tusi Ivy Cliff Hettie Nisha Gavin Pam Zuman Gita Mona
Namu Uma Judy Daman Innis Oli Hina Ron Alan Hali Neil
Veli Kerry Esau Prema Ian Susan Bart
Wini Lili June Tui
Yali Meena Keli
Zuman Hinano
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Names used between July 2000 – June 2014[edit]

2000–01 2001–02 2002–03 2003–04 2004–05 2005–06 2006–07 2007–08 2008–09 2009–10 2010–11 2011–12 2012–13 2013–14
Oma Trina Yolande Heta Judy Tam Xavier Daman Hettie Mick Vania Cyril Evan Ian
Paula Vicky Zoe Ivy Kerry Urmil Yani Elisa Innis Nisha Wilma Daphne Freda June
Rita Waka Ami Lola Vaianu Zita Funa Joni Oli Yasi Garry Kofi
Sose Beni Meena Wati Arthur Gene Ken Pat Zaka Haley Lusi
Cilla Nancy Becky Lin Rene Atu Mike
Dovi Olaf Cliff Sarah Bune
Eseta Percy Tomas
Fili Rae Ului
Gina Sheila
References:[145][102][103][104][105][106][107][108][109][110][111][112][113][114]

See also[edit]

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