Fortunatus

Fortunatus, a character in a popular German legend, who possessed a purse out of which he was able to provide himself with money as often as he needed it and cap, by putting on of which, and wishing to be anywhere, he was straightway there; these he got, by his own free election and choice, conceded to him by the Upper Powers, and they proved a curse to him rather than a blessing, he finding out when too late that “the god Wish is not the true God.”

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Fortuna * Forty Thieves
Forster, Johann George Adam
Forster, Johann Reinhold
Forster, John
Forster, William Edward
Fort Augustus
Fort George
Fort William
Fortescue, Sir John
Forth
Fortuna
Fortunatus
Forty Thieves
Forum
Forwards, Marshal
Foscari
Foscolo, Ugo
Foster, Birket
Foster, John
Fotheringay
Foucault, John Bernard
Fouché, Joseph

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Fortunatus in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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