From Middle French fortuit, from Latin fortuitus.
fortuit (comparative more fortuit, superlative most fortuit)
- (obsolete) Fortuitous.
- 1621, Robert Burton, The Anatomy of Melancholy, II.3.5:
- And so for false fears and all other fortuit inconveniences, mischances, calamities, to resist and prepare ourselves, not to faint is best […].
fortuit m (feminine singular fortuite, masculine plural fortuits, feminine plural fortuites)
- fortuitous (happening by chance, by fortune)