fortunatus

Latin, meaning: fortunate, lucky, happy.
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fortunatus

Latin, meaning: fortunate, lucky / wealthy, rich
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Fortunatus

Hero of a popular European story describing the adventures of Fortunatus and his sons, who have an inexhaustible purse of money and a magic wishing cap. The moral is that worldly prosperity does not...
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Fortunatus

[disambiguation] Fortunatus is a Latin word meaning `happy, lucky, rich, blessed` and can refer to: == See also == ...
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Fortunatus

Fortunatus is the hero of an old popular legend. He obtained a wishing-cap and inexhaustible purse of gold, which finally ruined him and his sons. The first printed edition of the story appeared in Germany in 1509, but in various forms it has appeared in most of the languages of Europe.
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Fortunatus

Fortunatus is a German proto-novel or chapbook about a legendary hero popular in 15th- and 16th-century Europe. ==The tale== The tale follows the life of a young man named Fortunatus from relative obscurity through his adventures towards fame and fortune; it subsequently follows the careers of his two sons. Fortunatus was a native, says the story,...
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