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Τυχη, whose name is normally transliterated as "Tyche" (following Latin convention), but would be more faithful to Greek if transliterated as "Tukhe".

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10y ago

The Greek goddess who was associated with good fortune was Tyche. Her Roman equivalent was Fortuna. It should be noted, though, that Tyche ruled over the fortunes of cities, not people. The Greeks were very set in the idea of Fate, and that luck, good or bad, played little role in the affairs of individuals. The Romans, on the other hand, saw Fortuna as a personal deity, and that her favor meant good fortune.

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12y ago

The Greek goddess of luck and fortune is Tyche, Fortuna is her Roman counterpart.

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14y ago

In the Norse pantheon: Freyja & Gefion. In the Roman pantheon: Fortuna. Both the Greek and Japanese pantheons have gods in charge of luck, being Caerus and Ebisu respectively.

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14y ago

There are a few:

Bishamon is a Japanese goddess of Luck

Fortuna is the Roman goddess of Luck

Tyche is the Greek goddess of Luck

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13y ago

The Greek one doesn't exist. Pompona is the Roman goddess of plenty.

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12y ago

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I'm lying, it's Athena.

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12y ago

Tyche is Fortune.

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