Dragon Love compatibility horoscope with the Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Pig
Years of the Dragon (Chinese zodiac):
27/01/1952 to 13/02/1953
13/02/1964 to 01/02/1965
31/01/1976 to 17/02/1977
17/02/1988 to 05/02/1989
05/02/2000 to 23/01/2001
23/01/2012 to 09/02/2013
10/02/2024 to 29/01/2025
The Dragon, the Rat and the Monkey are part of the first compatibility triangle of Chinese astrology. Indeed, the Dragon, fifth sign-animal of the zodiac in the Chinese calendar, gets along naturally with the Rat and the Monkey.
All 12 signs of the Chinese horoscope also have a secret friend: the Rooster is the secret friend of the Dragon.
The Chinese Zodiac sign of the Dragon is incompatible with the Dog.
By Karma Weather - January 8, 2017
The Chinese Zodiac sign of the Rat and the sign of the Dragon have a natural understanding of one another, and a mutual fascination.
People born in the Year of the Rat and those born in the Year of the Dragon make great life partners, in love and business alike.
A wedding between a Rat and a Dragon is usually the start of a successful and fruitful union that can last for a lifetime.
People born in the Year of the Ox and those born in the Year of the Dragon have very different views and life aspirations.
Never mind how much they respect each other, the Ox and the Dragon will seldom live a deep and passionate love affair when they happen to be in a relationship.
People born in the Year of the Tiger get along rather well with those born in the Year of the Dragon.
The Tiger and The Dragon share a complicity which can easily turn into fruitful work collaboration. One risk for them is to get into endless conflicts on authority issues. As long as their management system is sorted out, their business should run fine.
It is better for people born in the Year of the Rabbit (Hare, Cat) and those born in the Year of the Dragon they maintain a certain distance from one another.
Rabbits and Dragons are never immune to enter into conflict, and whenever they manage to find a balance in the course of a relationship, it is always far from perfect.
People born in the Year of the Dragon are not the best candidates for married life.
Two Dragons in a relationship have the unfortunate tendency to expose themselves in public with violent disputes, generally on issues of authority, as they can not admit that one of them might get the upper hand on the other.
People born in the Year of the Dragon and those born in the Year of the Snake get along amazingly, and when in a sentimental relationship, their love is bright.
The Dragon and the Snake are often of famous couples in history.
People born in the Year of the Dragon and those born in the Year of the Horse have a mutual attraction of short duration.
Relations between the Dragon and Horse are mostly marked by soft power struggles.
People born in the Year of the Dragon and those born in the Year of the Goat (Sheep) are very good at loosing the time and energy spent together, whether in love or work.
People born in the Year of the Dragon and those born in the Year of the Monkey are perfect complementary signs.
Relations Dragon and Monkey, whether in love or in work, are harmonious and friendly.
People born in the Year of the Dragon and those born in the Year of the Rooster (Chicken) never have the time to get bored when in a relationship.
The love life of the Dragon and the Rooster is intense and eccentric. A Dragon and a Rooster never let each other down and always help each other to overcome the blows of fate.
People born in the Year of the Dragon and those born in the Year of the Dog have a differing view on life.
The relationship of the Dragon and the Dog is marked by distrust, and they are in opposition on all topics that usually don't even concern them.
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