Retired North Atlantic Hurricane Names through 2018

Naming of N. Atlantic hurricanes & tropical storms commenced with the 1954 season, initially with female names only, adding male names in 1979 (when French and Spanish names were also added). Since 1955, significant tropical storms & hurricanes have had their names retired (initially for 10 years, now permanently). Identify the 89 retired names used to end 2018.
* in Year column ndicates Category 5 hurricanes.
# in Year column indictes tropical storms with retired names.
"Year" as a column heading is the last year the name was (& will be) used.
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Year
NAME
1972
Agnes
1983
Alicia
1980*
Allen
2001#
Allison
1992*
Andrew
1977*
Anita
1957
Audrey
1965
Betsy
1967*
Beulah
1991
Bob
1969*
Camille
1961*
Carla
1974
Carmen
1954
Carol
1970
Celia
1996
Cesar
2004
Charley
1964
Cleo
Year
NAME
1955
Connie
1979*
David
2007*
Dean
2005
Dennis
1990
Diana
1955
Diane
1960
Donna
1964
Dora
1954
Edna
1985
Elena
1975
Eloise
2015#
Erika
2003
Fabian
2007*
Felix
1974
Fifi
1963
Flora
2018
Florence
1999
Floyd
Year
NAME
1996
Fran
2004
Frances
1979
Frederic
1998
Georges
1988*
Gilbert
1985
Gloria
1978
Greta
2008
Gustav
2017
Harvey
1961*
Hattie
1954
Hazel
1964
Hilda
1996
Hortense
1989*
Hugo
2010
Igor
2008
Ike
1966
Inez
2013
Ingrid
Year
NAME
1955
Ione
2011
Irene
2001
Iris
2017*
Irma
2003*
Isabel
2002
Isidore
2004*
Ivan
1955*
Janet
2004
Jeanne
1988
Joan
2015
Joaquin
2003
Juan
2005*
Katrina
2000
Keith
1990
Klaus
1999
Lenny
2002
Lili
1995
Luis
Year
NAME
2017*
Maria
1995
Marilyn
2016*
Matthew
2018*
Michael
2001
Michelle
1998*
Mitch
2017
Nate
2007
Noel
1995
Opal
2016
Otto
2008
Paloma
2005*
Rita
1995
Roxanne
2012
Sandy
2005
Stan
2010
Tomas
2005*
Wilma
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Level 10
Dec 28, 2017
Too many to remember. I got more than half, though.
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Level 59
Dec 30, 2017
Good score indeed - are you a meteorologist? (Maybe Neil Frank in disguise?).
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Level 10
Feb 3, 2018
No. Yesterday, I took the retired hurricane names through 2016 and got 100%. I'm good at hurricanes, though.
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Level 10
Feb 3, 2018
You accidentally typed Georges for 1988
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Level 10
Feb 3, 2018
After I noticed THAT, I quit on purpose just to tell you you put 1988 for Georges, not 1998. Plus, 1988 was a decade previous than 1998, the year for Georges)
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Level 59
Feb 3, 2018
Thanks - corrected. Waiting for 2017 list to update.
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Level 10
Feb 3, 2018
You should take my quizzes. They are cool.
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Level 10
Feb 4, 2018
Hot baby! 100% When I showed top 10 worst hurricanes of the 21'st century, they were stunned to find out hurricane Matthew was a category 5 hurricane.
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Level 10
Feb 4, 2018
And when i said "they," I meant the people who I was showing the video
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Level 10
Apr 22, 2018
No, 220 was the GUST. 185 MPH was the winds.
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Level 47
Jul 21, 2020
Welp, Dorian just destroyed the Bahamas, and that was 10 months ago. Plus I got all of them, I'm always interested in natural disasters. (Maybe I'll be a meteorologist.)
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Level 47
Mar 20, 2021
Update for Dorian, Laura, Eta, and Iota? (RIP Greek names)