Baretti: A dictionary of the English and Italian languages
Fortún-a, s. f. dim. Fortún-élla, disp. Fortún-áccia,
1. fortune, destiny, fate; 2. fortune, chance, luck, accident.Egli tien la — pel ciuffetto, every thing prospers with him. Essere in —, to be fortunate. Darsi alla —, to give one's self up to despair. Far —, to make a fortune; 3. good fortune, felicity, prosperity, happy event; 4. state or condition in which a person or thing is; 5. tempest, storm; 6. disturbance, tumult, trouble, disorder. A —, accidentally, by chance.
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fortuna: fortune, chance, hap, lot, good or bad hazard, aduenture, lucke or euent. Also a storme, a tempest or ill weather at Sea.