Italian Good Luck Charms?

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There are a few different Italian good luck charms. The cornetto looks like a horn and is a symbol of fertility. Other lucky charms are the gobbo, a figure of a man, and the horseshoe.
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Good luck charms can be anything a person believes to be a protector from harm or evil or that draws good luck to them. Charms can include rituals, jewelry, stones, figurines, found
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You would say buona fortuna to say good luck in Italian. Maybe to wish good luck on a test, or to wish for good luck on a test. It's not a bad thing to be wished.
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The history of Italian horn is based on the ancient charm or good luck charm that is worn for protection against the so called 'evil eye' superstition. It looks ...
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