Typhoon Hagibis Hit Japan, Apparently, Its Name Was From the Filipino Tagalog
In 1958, Typhoon Hagibis was reported have been killed more than 1,200 people. Typhoon Hagibis is a tropical cyclone in the Western Pacific Ocean.
However, not many of people know that Typhoon Hagibis apparently came from the Tagalog language, Philippines.
Launch ABS CBN, in the Filipino language, Hagibis means speed and strength.
Meanwhile, the naming of the cyclone is a contribution to the name that has been given by 14 countries and regions.
Hagibis, a Filipino Band
Typhoon Hagibis also has a name in common with the name of a Philippine band that was four decades old.
The emergence of this Hagibis typhoon, while also reminding the people about the band's existence.
Known as the "Villager" of Philippines, the band Hagibis is a male band that has been around since 1979.
Some members have changed their appearance, some still retain their actions using tight black pants, leather jackets, open shirts, and dance moves.
Although this storm did not reach the Philippines, the effects of typhoon Hagibis such as rain and storm was also occurred in some parts of the central and southern part of Southeast Asia. (*)
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