The name Hagupit (Tagalog: [hɐguˈpit], ha-goo-PIT) has been used to name three tropical cyclones in the northwestern Pacific Ocean. The name was contributed by the Philippines and could be either a verb (meaning "to lash" or "to flog") or a noun (meaning "lashing", "beating").
- Tropical Storm Hagupit (2002) (T0218, 23W) — struck China, causing minor damage.
- Typhoon Hagupit (2008) (T0814, 18W, Nina) — struck China, killing 67 and causing US$1 billion in damage.
- Typhoon Hagupit (2014) (T1422, 22W, Ruby) — the strongest tropical cyclone in 2014 tied with Vongfong, in terms of sustained winds, struck the Philippines.
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