Is there a noun that means someone who is lucky?
- GuantanamoGeorgeLv 76 months ago
"Luckbox" but it's considered slang.
- ?Lv 76 months ago
As an adjective, charmed is one possibility, but I can't think of a single noun.
- ZirpLv 76 months ago
There is in my native language: mazzelaar
In English you have to settle for something like "lucky bastard", and some people may interpret that as an insult
- busterwasmycatLv 76 months ago
The serendipitous (one) can be used to mean the lucky (one). It is not a noun, though, really, even if you do not have to declare the noun (one, person, whatever) for it to be understood and make sense (it would be implied). I cannot think of a noun form that fits. Anything that is a noun form would refer to the luck itself rather than the person who is lucky.
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- Anonymous6 months ago
Blessed? Fortunate. All the synonyms I can think of would use an adjective and 'person' or 'one' as the noun form.