Tempus fortuna est.
I have tried to find one myself, but no luck. Instead you could first use Google Translate to get the Persian text, then find a Persian Transliterator which will type the text with Latin letters but not translate.
To say 'luck' in Latin, the word is Fortuna. As a derivative in English, we receive fortune.
The Latin equivalent of the English word 'luck' is fortuna. In fact, a Latin way of saying 'good luck' is 'fortuna secunda'. A Latin way of saying 'bad luck' is 'adversa fortuna'.
A: "Nintendo" means "leave luck to heaven"
I'll take pot luck
Meilleure chance! is a French equivalent of the English phrase "Better luck!" The feminine singular phrase also translates literally as "Better chance!" in English. The pronunciation will be "meh-yur shawnss" in French.
Mais sorta na próxima! is a literal Portuguese equivalent of the English phrase "Better luck next time!" The phrase translates literally as "More luck in the next!" in English. The pronunciation will be "meysh SORTCH na PRAW-see-muh" in Cariocan Brazilian.
Semoga beruntung! or Semoga berhasil!
It means good luck Japan or win Japan or you can do it Japan, depending on the circumstance
"Good luck with my dear!" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase Buona fortuna con la mia cara! The feminine singular adjective and noun, preposition, and feminine singular definite article, possessive, and adjective/pronoun also translate into English as "Good luck with my caress!" and "Good luck with my green alga!" in other less frequent contexts. The pronunciation will be "BWO-na for-TOO-na kon la MEE-a KA-ra" in Italian.