KISMET, muah!

Kismet is a word meaning fate or destiny, a predetermined course of events. Of Arabic origin, the word spread to Persian and Turkish where, as kısmet, it commonly means "luck". Currently found in a number of languages, including Bulgarian, Macedonian, Albanian, Arabic, and Hindi. The first recorded use of the word in English was by Edward Backhouse Eastwick who used the word, spelled kismat, in his 1849 novel Dry Leaves from Young Egypt.