Fortuna (disambiguation)



Fortuna Fortuna ( la, Fortūna, equivalent to the Greek goddess Tyche) is the goddess of fortune and the personification of luck in Roman religion who, largely thanks to the Late Antique author Boethius, remained popular through the Middle Ages unti ...
is the Roman goddess of luck. Fortuna (Latin for "fortune") can also mean:


South Georgia Island

Fortuna Bay Fortuna Bay () is a bay long and wide. Its entrance is defined by Cape Best on the west and Robertson Point to the east, near Atherton Peak on the north coast of South Georgia. It was named after the ''Fortuna'', one of the ships of the Norwegi ...
, South Georgia Island * Fortuna Glacier, South Georgia Island

United States

* Fortuna, Arizona, a ghost town *
Fortuna, California Fortuna ( Spanish for "Fortune"; Wiyot: ''Vutsuwitk Da'l'') is a city on the northeast shore of the Eel River, approximately from where it enters the Pacific Ocean, and is on U.S. Route 101 in west-central Humboldt County, California, Unite ...
, a city * Fortuna, Missouri, an unincorporated community *
Fortuna, North Dakota Fortuna is a city in Divide County, North Dakota, United States. The population was 30 at the 2020 census. Fortuna was founded in 1913 along a Soo Line Railroad branch line running between Flaxton, North Dakota and Whitetail, Montana. The name ...
, a small city * Fortuna, U.S. Virgin Islands, a settlement * Fargo, California, a former settlement also called Fortuna


* Fortuna, San Luis, a village and municipality in Argentina * Fortuna, Maranhão, a municipality in Brazil * Fortuna, Murcia, a town in Spain * Fortuna Forest Reserve, Panama * 19 Fortuna, an asteroid


* Fortuna (surname) * Diego Mazquiarán (1895-1940), Spanish matador known as Fortuna * Fortuna (Brazilian singer), female singer and composer from Brazil

Arts and entertainment

* ''Fortuna'' (album), a 2019 album by Italian singer Emma * "Fortuna", a 2022 single by Chinese singer Lexie Liu * ''Fortuna'' (film), an Israeli film directed by Menahem Golan * ''Fortuna'' (telenovela), a 2013 Mexican telenovela * Bib Fortuna, a ''Star Wars'' character * Fortuna, a name for ''
Bagatelle Bagatelle (from the Château de Bagatelle) is a billiards-derived indoor table game, the object of which is to get a number of balls (set at nine in the 19th century) past wooden pins (which act as obstacles) into holes that are guarded by woode ...
'', a game developed from billiard * Fortuna, a town on Venus in the online game ''
Warframe ''Warframe'' is a free-to-play action role-playing third-person shooter multiplayer online game developed and published by Digital Extremes. First released for Windows personal computers in March 2013, it was later ported to PlayStation 4 in N ...


* '' Costa Fortuna'', a cruise ship built in 2003 * ''Fortuna'' (steamboat), a vessel that operated on Lake Washington in the early 20th century * ''Fortuna'', various yachts used by Spanish King
Juan Carlos I Juan Carlos I (;, * ca, Joan Carles I, * gl, Xoán Carlos I, Juan Carlos Alfonso Víctor María de Borbón y Borbón-Dos Sicilias, born 5 January 1938) is a member of the Spanish royal family who reigned as King of Spain from 22 Novem ...


* ACS Fortuna Covaci, a Romanian football club ** Stadionul Fortuna (Fortuna Stadium), Covaci, Romania * CD Fortuna, a Spanish football team from Leganés * FC Fortuna Mytishchi, a former Russian football team (2003-2009) * FC Fortuna Sharhorod, a Ukrainian football club * FK Fortuna Skopje, a Macedonian football club * Fortuna Ålesund, a Norwegian women's football club * Fortuna Arena, a stadium in Prague, Czech Republic *
Fortuna Düsseldorf Düsseldorfer Turn- und Sportverein Fortuna 1895 e.V., commonly known as Fortuna Düsseldorf (), is a German football club in Düsseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, which competes in the 2. Bundesliga. Founded in 1895, Fortuna entered the league ...
, a German football club * Fortuna Hjørring, a Danish women's football team * Fortuna liga (disambiguation), several sports competitions *
Fortuna Sittard Fortuna Sittard (; li, Fortuna Zitterd ) is a football club in Sittard, Netherlands. The club currently plays its football in the 12,500 capacity Fortuna Sittard Stadion and features in the Eredivisie. The club was established through a merger ...
, a Dutch football club * Fortuna Vlaardingen, a Dutch football club * SC Fortuna Köln, a German football club * SV Fortuna Magdeburg, a German football club * VfB Fortuna Chemnitz, a German football club

Other uses

Fortuna Air Force Station Fortuna Air Force Station is a closed United States Air Force General Surveillance Radar station. It is located west of Fortuna, North Dakota. It was closed in 1979 as a radar station, remaining as a Long-Range Radar (LRR) facility until 1984. ...
, North Dakota, an abandoned Air Force Long Range radar site * Fortuna station (SEPTA), a railway station in Hatfield, Pennsylvania * Fortuna railway station (Mexico City), operated by Ferrocarriles Suburbanos *
Fortuna (cigarette) Fortuna is a Hispanic brand of cigarettes, currently owned and manufactured by the Franco- Spanish company Altadis, a subsidiary of Imperial Tobacco. Fortuna is Spanish for fortune or luck. History Fortuna was first introduced in 1974 in Fran ...
, a cigarette brand owned by Altadis * Fortuna (PRNG), an algorithm for cryptographically secure pseudo-random number generation * Fortuna, a genetically modified potato developed by
BASF Plant Science BASF Plant Science is a subsidiary of BASF in which all plant biotechnology activities are consolidated. The company was founded in 1998 and employs approximately 700 people at 6 different locations worldwide. The headquarters of BASF Plant Scienc ...

See also

Fortune (disambiguation) Fortune may refer to: General * Fortuna or Fortune, the Roman goddess of luck * Luck * Wealth * Fortune, a prediction made in fortune-telling * Fortune, in a fortune cookie Arts and entertainment Film and television * ''The Fortune'' (1931 film) ...
* La Fortuna (disambiguation) * ''O Fortuna'' (album), a 2009 studio album by Welsh classical singer Rhydian * " O Fortuna", a 13th-century medieval Latin Goliardic poem; set to music by Carl Orff {{disambiguation, geo