Luck

Luck is an English word referring to something that happens by chance, usually something good or advantageous. It seems to have been borrowed from Middle Dutch luc, a shortened form of gheluc "good fortune", deriving from an unknown origin. Luck is also a German and English surname which comes from the given name Luke, the English form of Greek Loukas meaning …

Tyche

Tyche (pr. ty-kee; Forvo) is the goddess of fortune, chance, providence, and fate in Greek mythology, who also governed the prosperity, fortune, and destiny of a city. Her names means "fortune, chance" via Ancient Greek túkhē τῠ́χη (fortune, providence, fate; chance) derived from a PIE root word *dʰewgʰ- (to produce; to be strong, have force). Origin: Proto-Indo-European  

Maddox

Maddox comes from a Welsh surname, a patronymic name meaning "son of Madoc", Madoc being a Welsh male name of uncertain meaning. It could possibly be derived from Welsh mad meaning “fortunate, lucky; good” via Proto-Brythonic *mad (good) from Proto-Celtic *matis which ultimately derives from a PIE root word. According to Welsh folklore, there was a Welsh prince (Madog ab Owain Gwynedd) who apparently set …

Maddoc

Maddoc is a variant spelling of Madoc, a Welsh male name of uncertain meaning though possibly derived from Welsh mad meaning "fortunate, lucky; good" via Proto-Brythonic *mad (good) from Proto-Celtic *matis which ultimately derives from a PIE root word. According to Welsh folklore, there was a Welsh prince (Madog ab Owain Gwynedd) who apparently set sail and discovered America about three hundred years …

Ayman

Ayman is an Arabic male name meaning "right-handed, lucky, blessed" and literally "on the right side" derived from yamin (right, right hand). Origin: Arabic Variants: Aymen (Arabic)     Ayman- أيمن (Arabic)  

Koda

Koda is not an easy name to find much information on. It could be a Native American male name meaning "the allies, friends", a short form or a variant form of Dakota. Koda is also a Japanese surname with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used, such as: "country+ borough, urban prefecture, storehouse, govt. office, …

Lucky

Lucky is an English word referring to something or someone having or is marked by good luck or someone or something that is fortunate, and often used as a nickname for someone who is lucky though it could also be used as a given name. Lucky is also a surname derived from the given name Luke/Lucas, the English …

Felix

Felix comes from a Roman cognomen meaning "lucky, successful, auspicious" in Latin. According to K.M. Sheard's Llewellyn's Complete Book of Names, it seems to have originally been used in Pagan religious ceremonies for trees whose fruit were offered to the gods and that it's original meaning in Latin was "fruit-bearing" and "fertile" from a root cognate with …