LIST OF TROPICAL CYCLONE NAMES

LIST OF TROPICAL CYCLONE NAMES

List of names for tropical cyclones adopted by
ESCAP/WMO Typhoon Committee for the Western North Pacific and the South China Sea (valid as of 2024)

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CambodiaDamreyKong-reyNakriKrovanhTrases
ChinaHaikuiYinxingFengshenDujuanMulan
DPR KoreaKirogiTorajiKalmaegiSurigaeMeari
HK, ChinaYun-yeungMan-yiFung-wongChoi-wanTsing-ma
JapanKoinuUsagiKotoKogumaTokage
Lao PDRBolavenPabukNokaenChampiOng-mang
Macao, ChinaSanbaWutipPenhaIn-faMuifa
MalaysiaJelawatSepatNuriCempakaMerbok
MicronesiaEwiniarMunSinlakuNepartakNanmadol
PhilippinesMaliksiDanasHagupitLupitTalas
RO KoreaGaemiNariJangmiMirinaeHodu
ThailandPrapiroonWiphaMekkhalaNidaKulap
U.S.A.MariaFranciscoHigosOmaisRoke
Viet NamSon-TinhCo-MayBaviLuc-BinhSonca
CambodiaAmpilKrosaMaysakChanthuNesat
ChinaWukongBailuHaishenDianmuHaitang
DPR KoreaJongdariPodulNoulMindulleJamjari
HK, ChinaShanshanLinglingDolphinLionrockBanyan
JapanYagiKajikiKujiraTokeiYamaneko
Lao PDRLeepiNongfaChan-homNamtheunPakhar
Macao, ChinaBebincaPeipahPeilouMalouSanvu
MalaysiaPulasanTapahNangkaNyatohMawar
MicronesiaSoulikMitagSaudelSarbulGuchol
PhilippinesCimaronRagasaNarraAmuyaoTalim
RO KoreaJebiNeoguriGaenariGosariDoksuri
ThailandKrathonBualoiAtsaniChabaKhanun
U.S.A.BarijatMatmoEtauAereLan
Viet NamTramiHalongBang-LangSongdaSaola

Note: These names are used sequentially. For example, if the last storm of a year is Damrey, the first storm of the following year will be Haikui.