The name Hagibis (Tagalog: [hɐˈgibis], ha-GHEE-bis) has been used to name four tropical cyclones in the western north Pacific Ocean. The name was contributed by the Philippines and means "rapidity", "swiftness", or "the sound or sensation perceived when something (e.g. car, wind) passes by rapidly."
- Typhoon Hagibis (2002) (T0203, 05W)- a super typhoon that never affected land
- Typhoon Hagibis (2007) (T0724, 23W, Lando) – one of the last storms during the 2007 season.
- Tropical Storm Hagibis (2014) (T1407, 07W) – formed from the early southwest monsoon of 2014.
- Typhoon Hagibis (2019) (T1919, 20W) – struck Japan and is considered as the worst typhoon to hit the Kantō region since Ida in 1958.
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