The name Domeng has been used to name four tropical cyclones in the Philippines by PAGASA in the Western Pacific.
The name Hanna or Hannah has been used for eleven tropical cyclones and one extratropical cyclone worldwide.
The name Tina has been used for five tropical cyclones worldwide:
The name Lee has been used for seven tropical cyclones worldwide. In the Atlantic, it replaced the name ‘’’Lenny’’’, from 1999.
The name Banyan has been used to name three tropical cyclones in the Western North Pacific Ocean. The name was contributed by Hong Kong and refers to Ficus microcarpa, a type of tree commonly seen in Southeast China.
The name Rita has been used for one tropical cyclone in the Atlantic Ocean and ten tropical cyclones in the western Pacific Ocean.
The name Jelawat has been used to name four tropical cyclones in the western north Pacific Ocean. The name was submitted by Malaysia and refers to a carp, which is a fish.
The name Yagi has been used to name four tropical cyclones in the northwestern Pacific Ocean. The name was submitted by Japan and is the Japanese word for goat or the Japanese name of the constellation Capricornus.
The name Peipah has been used to name three tropical cyclones in the northwestern Pacific Ocean. It replaced the name Vamei after it was retired in the spring of 2002 due to its impact on Malaysia and Singapore. The name Vamei refers to the Chinese hwamei. The name Peipah was submitted by Macau and refers to the anglerfish.
The name Haishen has been used to name four tropical cyclones in the northwestern Pacific Ocean. The name was contributed by China. Its name means "God of sea".
The 2010 Pacific typhoon season was the least active Pacific typhoon season on record, featuring only 14 named storms; seven of them strengthened into typhoons while one reached super typhoon intensity. The Pacific typhoon season during 2010 was in fact less active than the 2010 Atlantic hurricane season, with only two other occurrences of that happening, 2005 and 2020. In the same year, the Pacific hurricane season broke the same record being the least active season on record. During the season, no storms made landfall in mainland Japan, only the second such occurrence since 1988. Also, all of the 14 named storms developed west of 150°E.
The name Pamela has been used for eleven tropical cyclones worldwide, one in the Eastern Pacific Ocean, and ten in the Western Pacific.
Typhoon Mangkhut has been used to name two tropical cyclones in the northwestern Pacific Ocean. The name was submitted by Thailand, and refers to a mangosteen. This was also the name that replaced Durian after the 2006 storm.
Severe Tropical Storm Maliksi, known in the Philippines as Severe Tropical Storm Domeng, was a tropical cyclone in June 2018 that brought rainfall to the Philippines and Japan. It caused 2 deaths and prompted the PAGASA to declare the beginning of the rainy season in the Philippines. The fifth named storm and 4th tropical cyclone in the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR), it was first noted as an area of convection on May 31.
The name Maliksi, a Filipino adjective meaning "agile", has been used for two tropical cyclones in the northwestern Pacific Ocean. The name replaced "Bilis", which was retired by the ESCAP/WMO Typhoon Committee following the 2006 typhoon season.