Pacific typhoon names

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Nakri
/na:kri:/1
"naah-kree"
FengshenKalmaegiFung-wongKammuriPhanfoneVongfongNuriSinlakuHagupitJangmi
/dʑaŋmi/
"jong-mee"
MekkhalaHigos
/higos/
"hee-gohs"
Bavi
Maysak
/majsaʔ/2
"my-sa."
HaishenNoulDolphinKujiraChan-homLinfaNangka
/naŋka/
"nong-kah"
Soudelor
/sʲaʊteloʊr/
"syaw-tay-lore"
Molave
/molave/
"moh-lah-vay"
Goni
/goni/
"goh-nee"
AtsaniEtauVamco
/vâmkɔ᷉/
"vahm-co"
Krovanh
/krɑvaːɲ/
"krah-vaahñ"
Dujuan
/tûtɕɛ́n/
"too-chen"
Mujigae
/mudʑigɛ/
"moo-jee-geh"
Choi-wan
/tsʰɔːiwɐn/
"tsoy-won"
Koppu
/koppu/
"kope-poo"
Champi
/tɕàmpìː/
"chom-pee"
In-faa
/ínfáː/
"een-faah"
Melor
/məlor/
"muh-lore"
NepartakLupitMirinae
/miɾinɛ/
"mee-ree-neh"
NidaOmais
/omais/
"oh-mice"
Conson
/konsəːn/
"cone-sun"
Chanthu
/cantʰuː/3
"tyon-too"
Dianmu
/tiɛ̂nmù/
"tee-en-moo"
Mindulle
/mindɯlle/
"meen-dull-lay"
Lionrock
/laɪənɹɑk/
"ly-en-rock"
Kompasu
/kompasu/
"comb-pah-soo"
Namtheun
/nâːmtʰɤ́ːn/
"naahm-tone"
Maloub
/ma̬ːlo̬u/
"maah-low"
Meranti
/məranti/
"muh-ron-tee"
Rai
/rɑːj/
"rie"
MalakasMegi
/megi/
"mayg-ee"
Chaba
/tɕʰá baː/
"chah-baah"
AereSongda
SarikaHaimaMeariMa-onTokage
/tokage/
"toe-kah-gay"
Nock-tenMuifaMerbokNanmadolTalasNoru
/noɾu/
"noh-roo"
KulapRoke
/roke/
"roh-kay"
Sonca
NesatHaitangNalgae
/nalgɛ/5
"nahl-geh"
BanyanHato
/hato/
"hah-toh"
PakharSanvuMawarGucholTalimDoksuri
/doksuɾi/6
"dohk- soo-ree"
KhanunLanSaola

In all IPA transcriptions tones are generalized to their IPA form and are not representative of any native tone markings or diacritics.

Notes
a "fireworks" is jin1 faa1 in Cantonese
b "agate" is maa5 nou5 in Cantonese

References
1 ណាគ្រី – Khmer – kind of plant (Cestrum nocturnum, with highly aromatic pale yellow flowers) – http://dictionary.tovnah.com/topic/flower/Night-blooming%20Jasmine
2 ម៉ៃស័ក – Khmer – kind of tree with very hard wood, teak (Tectona grandis, Tectona theka, or Quercus indica) – http://www.treeseedfa.org/uploaddocuments/Proceedingworkshop.pdf
3 ច័ន្ធូ – Khmer – kind of flower (Polianthes tuberosa; a lily-like flower with fragrant white blossoms) – http://dictionary.tovnah.com/topic/flower/Tuberose
4 電母 – Mandarin – Diàn Mǔ (Mother of Lightning) – link
5 날개 – Korean – wing, articulated as [na̠ɭgɛ̝] – link
6 독수리 – Korean – eagle, or the Eurasian black vulture, Aegypius monachuslink

Sources/tools
Typhoon names: http://www.jma.go.jp/jma/jma-eng/jma-center/rsmc-hp-pub-eg/tyname.html
Unicode lookup: http://unicodelookup.com/
Thai: http://www.thai-language.com/default.aspx
Khmer: http://kheng.info/segmented_text/
Cantonese: http://www.cantonese.sheik.co.uk/dictionary/
Mandarin: http://en.bab.la/dictionary/english-chinese/
Lao: http://www.sealang.net/lao/dictionary.htm
Palauan: http://tekinged.com/


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