Fortuna



[fawr-too-nuh, -tyoo-] /fɔrˈtu nə, -ˈtyu-/

noun
1.
the ancient Roman goddess of fortune, identified with the Greek goddess Tyche.
/fɔːˈtjuːnə/
noun
1.
the Roman goddess of fortune and good luck Greek counterpart Tyche

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