Chinese Astrology Years Compatibility

Posted By admin On 10.08.21
There are twelve zodiac animal signs in Chinese astrology as well as in the Chinese calendar and people born under each animal all have totally different personality traits. Chinese compatibility reveals who you are a good match with and even offers you some extra relationship insight. Let’s look at what Chinese zodiac signs go together in love and what Chinese zodiac signs are compatible.

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Chinese astrology is a fascinating tool that can be used to reveal lots of information on who our perfect love matches are as well as who we should avoid in relationships. Let’s use Chinese zodiac compatibility to figure out which animal signs go together.

  • What is my Chinese zodiac sign?
  • What Chinese zodiac signs are compatible?
  • Chinese love compatibility test
  • The 4 Chinese zodiac groups
  • Who am I compatible with?
  • Do Dragons and Tigers get along?
  • Incompatible Chinese zodiac signs
  • Chinese horoscope 2018

What is my Chinese zodiac sign?

Your Chinese zodiac sign derives from your birth year, according to the Chinese lunar calendar. Find your Chinese zodiac sign below by searching for your birth year, for example people born in 1978 are Horses. Today's horoscope will reveal if you will meet your compatible Chinese zodiac match.

  • Rat: 2008, 1996, 1984, 1972, 1960
  • Ox: 2009, 1997, 1985, 1973, 1961
  • Tiger: 2010, 1998, 1986, 1974, 1962
  • Rabbit: 2011, 1999, 1987, 1975, 1963
  • Dragon: 2012, 2000, 1988, 1976, 1964
  • Snake: 2013, 2001, 1989, 1977, 1965
  • Horse: 2014, 2002, 1990, 1978, 1966
  • Goat: 2015, 2003, 1991, 1979, 1967
  • Monkey: 2016, 2004, 1992, 1980, 1968
  • Rooster: 2017, 2005, 1993, 1981, 1969
  • Dog: 2018, 2006, 1994, 1982, 1970
  • Pig: 2019, 2007, 1995, 1983, 1971

What Chinese zodiac signs are compatible?

According to Chinese astrology, the animal zodiac signs that are spaced four years apart from each other are the most compatible, however the Chinese zodiac signs that are six years apart are completely incompatible. Our compatibility chart reveals who each Chinese zodiac is most compatible with, so now you have the answer to who is the rabbit most compatible with for example.

Most compatible with :
© Provided by MyBestPro Chinese zodiac sign - RatRat
Goat, Horse, Rooster
© Provided by MyBestPro Chinese zodiac sign - OxOx
Dragon, Horse, Goat, Dog
© Provided by MyBestPro Chinese zodiac sign - TigerTiger
Snake or Monkey
© Provided by MyBestPro Chinese zodiac sign - RabbitRabbit
Ox, Dragon, Rooster, Horse
© Provided by MyBestPro Chinese zodiac sign - DragonDragon
Ox, Dragon, Rooster, Horse
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Tiger or Pig
© Provided by MyBestPro Chinese zodiac sign - HorseHorse
Rat, Ox, Rabbit or Horse
© Provided by MyBestPro Chinese zodiac sign - GoatGoat
Rat, Ox, Dog
© Provided by MyBestPro Chinese zodiac sign - MonkeyMonkey
Tiger, Snake or Pig
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Rabbit or Dog
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Ox, Dragon, Goat or Rooster
© Provided by MyBestPro Chinese zodiac sign - PigPig
Snake or Monkey

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Chinese love compatibility test

Would you like to discover who your Chinese zodiac sign is compatible with? Every Chinese zodiac sign is different and some make great couples whereas others just won't get along. Discover what Chinese zodiac signs are compatible here in our Chinese zodiac compatibility test and why not even take the test yourself!

© Provided by MyBestPro Chinese zodiac compatibility testChinese horoscope compatibility : The 4 zodiac groups

The twelve Chinese animal signs can be divided into four groups of three signs. The groups are based on the observation that the signs share similar ways of thinking, the same temperaments as well as parallel ideas.

Group :
Members : Personality traits :
OneRat, Dragon, MonkeyThese animals show intelligence and their ideas compliment each making them compatible.
TwoOx, Snake, RoosterThis group of animals are all deep thinkers and share similar interests
ThreeTiger, Horse, DogThese animals are all freedom lovers and can be selfish.
FourRabbit, Goat, PigThis is the most peaceful and kindest group.

What is my Chinese zodiac sign?

Chinese compatible signs: Who am I compatible with?

To calculate who you are compatible with, start counting from your own sign as number one and you’ll notice that you are most compatible with the fifth signs either counted clockwise or anti-clockwise from your sign. If your Chinese zodiac sign is Ox for example, you are most compatible with Rooster and Ox.

Do Dragons and Tigers get along?

The Tiger sign has what it takes to get on well with Dragon, Horse and Pig and could even go on to get married and live happily ever after with anyone of these animal signs.

Incompatible Chinese zodiac signs:

To work out whom your Chinese zodiac sign is incompatible with, start counting from your sign as number one and the fourth signs either clockwise or anti-clockwise are the signs you are incompatible with. For example, if your Chinese zodiac sign is Rat, you are incompatible with Rabbit and Rooster.

Chinese horoscope 2018

it's not too late to read up on your Chinese horoscope 2018 predictions to find out what is in store for your Chinese zodiac sign over the rest over the year. The year of the Dog isn't over and no matter what your sign, you need to make the most of it!

By Vigdis Hocken and Aparna Kher

Friday, February 12, 2021 is the Lunar New Year and the start of the Year of the Ox in the Chinese zodiac.

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The ox is one of 12 animals in the Chinese zodiac (Shēngxiào, or 生肖), which is based on a 12-year cycle. The Year of the Ox begins on Chinese New Year, ending the Year of the Rat.

People born in the Year of the Ox are traditionally considered to be honest, hard working, trustworthy, and logical.

2022: Year of the Tiger

The following year in the Chinese zodiac is the Year of the Tiger, which starts on February 1, 2022 and ends on January 21, 2023, when the Year of the Rabbit begins.

What Year Is What Animal?

The zodiac starts with the Year of the Rat and cycles continuously through the 12 signs.

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Zi (Rat)

Imaginative, generous, successful, popular, curious

  • Feb 10, 1948 – Jan 28, 1949
  • Jan 28, 1960 – Feb 14, 1961
  • Feb 15, 1972 – Feb 2, 1973
  • Feb 2, 1984 – Feb 19, 1985
  • Feb 19, 1996 – Feb 6, 1997
  • Feb 7, 2008 – Jan 25, 2009
  • Jan 25, 2020 – Feb 11, 2021

Chou (Ox)

Confident, honest, patient, conservative, strong

  • Jan 29, 1949 – Feb 16, 1950
  • Feb 15, 1961 – Feb 4, 1962
  • Feb 3, 1973 – Jan 22, 1974
  • Feb 20, 1985 – Feb 8, 1986
  • Feb 7, 1997 – Jan 27, 1998
  • Jan 26, 2009 – Feb 13, 2010
  • Feb 12, 2021 – Jan 31, 2022

Yin (Tiger)

Sensitive, tolerant, brave, active, resilient

  • Feb 17, 1950 – Feb 5, 1951
  • Feb 5, 1962 – Jan 24, 1963
  • Jan 23, 1974 – Feb 10, 1975
  • Feb 9, 1986 – Jan 28, 1987
  • Jan 28, 1998 – Feb 15, 1999
  • Feb 14, 2010 – Feb 2, 2011
  • Feb 1, 2022 – Jan 21, 2023

Mao (Rabbit)

Affectionate, kind, gentle, compassionate, merciful

  • Feb 6, 1951 – Jan 26, 1952
  • Jan 25, 1963 – Feb 12, 1964
  • Feb 11, 1975 – Jan 30, 1976
  • Jan 29, 1987 – Feb 16, 1988
  • Feb 16, 1999 – Feb 4, 2000
  • Feb 3, 2011 – Jan 22, 2012
  • Jan 22, 2023 – Feb 9, 2024

Chen (Dragon)

Enthusiastic, intelligent, lively, energetic, innovative

  • Jan 27, 1952 – Feb 13, 1953
  • Feb 13, 1964 – Feb 1, 1965
  • Jan 31, 1976 – Feb 17, 1977
  • Feb 17, 1988 – Feb 5, 1989
  • Feb 5, 2000 – Jan 23, 2001
  • Jan 23, 2012 – Feb 9, 2013
  • Feb 10, 2024 – Jan 28, 2025

Si (Snake)

Charming, intuitive, romantic, highly perceptive, polite

  • Feb 14, 1953 – Feb 2, 1954
  • Feb 2, 1965 – Jan 20, 1966
  • Feb 18, 1977 – Feb 6, 1978
  • Feb 6, 1989 – Jan 26, 1990
  • Jan 24, 2001 – Feb 11, 2002
  • Feb 10, 2013 – Jan 30, 2014
  • Jan 29, 2025 – Feb 16, 2026

Wu (Horse)

Diligent, friendly, sophisticated, talented, clever

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  • Feb 3, 1954 – Jan 23, 1955
  • Jan 21, 1966 – Feb 8, 1967
  • Feb 7, 1978 – Jan 27, 1979
  • Jan 27, 1990 – Feb 14, 1991
  • Feb 12, 2002 – Jan 31, 2003
  • Jan 31, 2014 – Feb 18, 2015
  • Feb 17, 2026 – Feb 5, 2027

Wei (Sheep)

Artistic, calm, reserved, happy, kind

  • Jan 24, 1955 – Feb 11, 1956
  • Feb 9, 1967 – Jan 29, 1968
  • Jan 28, 1979 – Feb 15, 1980
  • Feb 15, 1991 – Feb 3, 1992
  • Feb 1, 2003 – Jan 21, 2004
  • Feb 19, 2015 – Feb 7, 2016
  • Feb 6, 2027 – Jan 25, 2028
Chinese Astrology Years Compatibility

Shen (Monkey)

Witty, lively, flexible, humorous, curious

  • Feb 12, 1956 – Jan 30, 1957
  • Jan 30, 1968 – Feb 16, 1969
  • Feb 16, 1980 – Feb 4, 1981
  • Feb 4, 1992 – Jan 22, 1993
  • Jan 22, 2004 – Feb 8, 2005
  • Feb 8, 2016 – Jan 27, 2017
  • Jan 26, 2028 – Feb 12, 2029

You (Rooster)

Shrewd, honest, communicative, motivated, punctual

  • Jan 31, 1957 – Feb 17, 1958
  • Feb 17, 1969 – Feb 5, 1970
  • Feb 5, 1981 – Jan 24, 1982
  • Jan 23, 1993 – Feb 9, 1994
  • Feb 9, 2005 – Jan 28, 2006
  • Jan 28, 2017 – Feb 15, 2018
  • Feb 13, 2029 – Feb 2, 2030

Xu (Dog)

Loyal, honest, responsible, courageous, warm-hearted

  • Feb 18, 1958 – Feb 8, 1959
  • Feb 6, 1970 – Jan 26, 1971
  • Jan 25, 1982 - Feb 12, 1983
  • Feb 10, 1994 – Jan 30, 1995
  • Jan 29, 2006 – Feb 17, 2007
  • Feb 16, 2018 – Feb 4, 2019
  • Feb 3, 2030 – Jan 22, 2031

Hai (Boar/Pig)

Sincere, tolerant, hard-working, honest, optimistic

Chinese Astrology Birth Chart

  • Feb 8, 1959 – Jan 27, 1960
  • Jan 27, 1971 - Feb 14, 1972
  • Feb 13, 1983 - Feb 1, 1984
  • Jan 31, 1995 - Feb 18, 1996
  • Feb 18, 2007 - Feb 6, 2008
  • Feb 5, 2019 – Jan 24, 2020
  • Jan 23, 2031 – Feb 10, 2032

12 Animals and 5 Elements

Each of the 12 years in the Chinese zodiac cycle is represented by an animal and is associated with one of five elemental signs: wood, earth, fire, water, and metal. The Year of the Ox is associated with metal.

Zodiac and Human Connections

Which Chinese Zodiac Signs Are Not Compatible

According to the Chinese zodiac, your birth year tells you more than just your age. Not only is one's personality affected by the animal associated with their birth year, but the compatibility of their relationships also depends on their zodiac.

Starts with the Spring Festival

In China, the start of a new year is celebrated with a Spring Festival, the biggest holiday of the year. Traditionally, people give their house a big spring clean and hang couplets on their doors. Couplets are poetic lines about spring and prosperity written in gold or black on red paper.

Setting off firecrackers is hugely popular, and children get hongbao, little red gifts with money inside, from older family members.

The Chinese Calendar

Which Chinese Zodiac Signs Are Most Compatible

The animal signs in the Chinese zodiac are calculated in accordance with the Chinese calendar, which is lunisolar and is based on astronomical observances of the Sun's longitude and the Moon's phases.

Chinese astrology by year

Chinese Astrology Years

This calendar is older than the Gregorian calendar, which is used by most countries today. In fact, the Chinese calendar's origins can be traced as far back as the 14th century BCE.

Chinese Astrology By Year

Leap years in the Chinese calendar happen approximately every three years when they add a leap month.