Name of Super Cyclone Yaas Was Given By?
Oman gave the cyclone Yaas its name. The word "Yaas," translated in English as "Jasmin," is thought to have come from the Persian language. Around May of last year, India was hit by two cyclones, including Cyclone Amphan, whose name means "sky" and is pronounced, "Um-pun." Thailand gave the name to the place. The second cyclone, Nisarga, originated in the Arabian Sea. Its name, which translates to "nature," was given by Bangladesh. Around May 22, 2021, a low-pressure area emerged over the North Andaman Sea and the adjacent east-central Bay of Bengal. It has now intensified into Cyclone Yaas, a severe cyclonic storm. The designation of Cyclone Yaas as a "Very Severe Cyclonic Storm (VSCS)."
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