Fate


Fate

Fate is defined by Destiny, controlled by free will, explained by Karma.

Fate may refer to:

* Destiny, an inevitable course of events
* Fatalism, a philosophical doctrine

Computing

* "Fate" (1996 game), an unpublished computer game
* "Fate" (video game), a 2005 computer action RPG
* "", a 1991 computer role-playing game
* FATE (Chrono Cross), a powerful entity in the video game "Chrono Cross"

Literature

* "Fate" (magazine), a magazine of paranormal phenomena
* Doctor Fate, a succession of DC Comics sorcerer characters, first published in 1940
** Fate (comics), a character associated with Doctor Fate, or the eponymous comics series
* "Fate/stay night", a Japanese visual novel and its adaptations

Music

* Fate (band), a Danish heavy metal band
* "Fate" (Dr. Dog album)
* "Fate" (Velvet Acid Christ album)
* "", an album
* "Fate" (1953 song), a song from the musical "Kismet"
* "Fate" (Bleak song)
* "Fate", a song by Chaka Khan from "What Cha' Gonna Do For Me"
* "Fates" (Erik Mongrain album), or the title song

Other uses

* Fate, Texas, U.S.
* "FATE" (role-playing game system), Fantastic Adventures in Tabletop Entertainment, a 2003 generic role-playing game
* "Fate" ("In the Heat of the Night"), an episode of the television series "In the Heat of the Night"
* Fate Testarossa, a character in the anime series Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha and its sequels

ee also

*The Fates (disambiguation)
*Fatal (disambiguation)
*Fête, a French word meaning festival or holiday


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  • fate — [feıt] n [Date: 1300 1400; : French; Origin: Latin fatum what has been spoken (by the gods) , from fari to speak ] 1.) [C usually singular] the things that will happen to someone, especially unpleasant events ▪ I wouldn t wish such a fate on my… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Fate — • Lat. fatum, from fari, to tell or predict Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Fate     Fate     † …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Fate — (f[=a]t), n. [L. fatum a prophetic declaration, oracle, what is ordained by the gods, destiny, fate, fr. fari to speak: cf. OF. fat. See {Fame}, {Fable}, {Ban}, and cf. 1st {Fay}, {Fairy}.] 1. A fixed decree by which the order of things is… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • FATE — oder FATE kann sich auf die folgenden Dinge beziehen: Fate (Band), eine dänische Hardrock Band Fate (Texas), eine Stadt in Texas Fate (Computerspiel), ein Computerspiel aus dem Jahr 2005 Fate: Gates of Dawn, ein Computer Rollenspiel aus dem Jahr… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • FATE — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda FATE es una supercomputadora creado por Belthasar en un futuro distante. FATE tiene conocimiento de sí misma y puede operar sola. Luego de que Chronopolis fue lanzado atrás en el tiempo, FATE aseguró el control del… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Fate — bezeichnet: Fate (Band), eine dänische Hardrock Band Fate (Texas), eine Stadt in Texas Fate (Computerspiel), ein Computerspiel aus dem Jahr 2005 Fate: Gates of Dawn, ein Computer Rollenspiel aus dem Jahr 1991 Fate/stay night, ein japanisches… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • fate — [ feıt ] noun ** 1. ) count the things that happen to someone, especially unpleasant things: fate of: a meeting which would decide the fate of thousands of employees suffer a fate: The refugees have suffered an appalling fate. 2. ) uncount a… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • fate — fate, destiny, lot, portion, doom are comparable when they denote the state, condition, or end which is decreed for one by a higher power. Fate presupposes such a determining agent or agency as one of the ancient goddesses called Fates, the… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • fate — fate; fate·ful; fate·ful·ly; fate·ful·ness; sul·fate; …   English syllables

  • fate — [fāt] n. [ME < L fatum, prophetic declaration, oracle < neut. pp. of fari, to speak: see FAME] 1. the power or agency supposed to determine the outcome of events before they occur; destiny 2. a) something inevitable, supposedly determined… …   English World dictionary


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