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There are various wordings of the Latin phrase for “fortune favors the bold,” but the most common is audentis Fortuna iuvat. We can trace this back to Virgil’s Aeneid, used by the King of the Rutuli, Turnus.What does “ fortune will come to those willing to be bold” mean?
The way I see it, this proverb means that fortune or luck will come to those who are willing to be bold. Meanwhile being bold may be defined as taking action without hesitation (well, at least on a minimum.)What is audentis Fortuna?
Audentis is the singular genitive form of audens, which means someone daring, bold, and eager for battle. Fortuna, as we’ve already established, is the goddess that symbolizes fortune.Does fortune favour the bold or the Brave?
"Fortune favours the bold", "Fortune favours the brave" and "Fortune favours the strong" are common translations of a Latin proverb. The slogan has been used historically in the military in the Anglo-Saxon world, and it is used up to the present in the US Army and on the coats of arms of individual families and clans.