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There isn't such a word, though it's a cool idea. (before some other know-it-all tells you: there has existed an old verb lycka that meant 'close', but it's gone out of use. It only remains in the phrase lyckta dörrar, 'closed doors', which is a legal expression for a court hearing where no audience is allowed). The two words don't seem to be related etymologically.
Oh I think 'to succeed' can be seen as 'to have luck in what one does' so those can be connected (even though 'luck' in Swedish is usually tur, lycka is obviously related to English 'luck').
My understanding so far is that 'lycka' can also interchangeably mean "luck". Can it?
lycka är när du har den här meningen korrekt (I'm talking about "Vad är lycka?", because I think I have some mistakes in my sentence, please, help me!)