The name Lupit (Tagalog: [lʊˈpit], loo-PIT) has been used for three tropical cyclones in the western north Pacific Ocean. The name was contributed by the Philippines and means "cruelty" or "viciousness" in Tagalog.
- Typhoon Lupit (2003) (T0321, 26W, Yoyoy) – Powerful Category 5 super typhoon that caused an unknown amount of damage in the Federated States of Micronesia.
- Typhoon Lupit (2009) (T0920, 22W, Ramil) – Another powerful Category 5 super typhoon that formed northwest of Kwajalein, and recurved off Luzon, becoming extratropical northeast of Japan.
- Tropical Storm Lupit (2016) (T1602, 04W) – A tropical storm that formed east of Japan.
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