Description: In a study, the names of 94 hurricanes were provided to nine independent coders. The coders were not informed that these were hurricane names. The coders were asked to evaluate the perceived masculinity or femininity of the names on two items (1 = very masculine, 11 = very feminine, 1 = very man-like, 11 = very woman-like). These items were averaged for each coder and then averaged across all coders to get the MasFem rating for each hurricane name. Other variables for each hurricane included in the data set are minimum pressure (using two different metrics), the true gender of the hurricane name, category, death toll, normalized damage estimates (NDAM in millions of 2013 dollars) and the elapsed years since the hurricane occurred and the study was conducted.