Year of the Rabbit: Personality, Fortune, Compatibility
Year of the Rabbit's Chinese horoscope, exact birth dates, meaning, character and personality traits, zodiac element, love compatibility match, fortune and lucky stones
Year of the Rabbit: In brief
The Chinese zodiac sign of the Rabbit is intelligent, realistic, cautious and fathomless. People born in the Year of the Rabbit are down to earth and creative persons. However, whenever their happiness is at stake, they can easily tend to avoid reality.
The Rabbit favors the pursuit of his personal satisfaction, while avoiding the sinuous and tiring roads, or frontal disputes. In extreme cases, the Rabbit will choose without hesitation to cut himself off from the world in order to survive peacefully without being disturbed.
📅 2020 & 2021 Chinese zodiac predictions for the Year of the Rabbit:
Year of the Rabbit's birth dates🐰 Rabbit calendar years - Years and elements of birth for the Chinese zodiac sign of the Rabbit according to the Chinese lunisolar calendar:
|Year of birth||Exact date range||Chinese year name|
|Yin Fire Rabbit Year|
|Yin Earth Rabbit Year|
|Yin Metal Rabbit Year|
|Yin Water Rabbit Year|
|Yin Wood Rabbit Year|
|Yin Fire Rabbit Year|
|Yin Earth Rabbit Year|
|Yin Metal Rabbit Year|
|Yin Water Rabbit Year|
Year of the Rabbit: Personality horoscope
The Rabbit loves above all stability, comfort, studies, books, art and social life. If he turns his back on vulgarity and conflict, the Rabbit doesn't hesitate to join an argument if he believes that the limits of his tolerance have been crossed. For your own sake, be careful not to interrupt a Rabbit at the wrong time, or to get too close of his personal space. For if he is apparently harmless, a potentially ferocious feline slumbers in him. Let's not forget that in Vietnam and South-East Asia, the Chinese zodiac sign of the Rabbit is replaced by a Cat from which he inherits the same attributes.
Ambitious and talented, discreet and sensitive, the Rabbit is one of the most literate signs of the Chinese zodiac, in addition to his oratorical and commercial skills. The Rabbit is a caring friend, pleasant and indulgent, most of the time charming and a good listener. However, the Rabbit can also be stubborn and touchy, which can push him to get into uncontrollable bursts of anger.
If the Rabbit is willingly romantic, it doesn't mean that he would sacrifice his tranquility on the altar of a great passionate love. Never completely comfortable with the world of emotions, the Rabbit seeks in his home security and a safe haven. A comfortable nest, good meat and a private space, it's just about everything you need to satisfy and hold a Rabbit by your side.
In business, the Rabbit is a fine strategist who can return to his advantage any kind of delicate situation thanks to his analytical ability, his patience and his unparalleled flair, qualities which people who stop their judgment on appearances and on the artifices of money are unable to detect. Thus, the Rabbit can never be abused for too long by those who have the audacity to confuse his kindness for naivety and who thought, wrongly, that they could enjoy his services cheaply.
Also read the Rabbit's combined personality horoscope with Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius and Pisces.
Chinese zodiac Rabbit's best jobs and careers
Architect, politician, businessman, diplomat, designer, music artist, engineer, IT consultant, writer
Year of the Rabbit: Fortune
Lucky Colors of the Rabbit
Lucky Numbers of the Rabbit
4, 8, 12
Rabbit (zodiac) eminent personalities
Celebrities born in the Year of the Rabbit
Albert Einstein, Marie Curie, Albrecht Dürer, Edouard Manet, Mark Rothko, Jeff Bezos, Ali Hosseini Khamenei, Martin Luther, Adam Smith, Queen Victoria of England, J. R. R. Tolkien, Gao Xingjian, Nicolas Cage, Marion Cotillard, Milla Jovovich, Johnny Depp, Sia, Zac Efron, Angelina Jolie, David Beckham, Enrique Iglesias, 50 Cent, Fergie, Kate Winslet, Eva Longoria, Brad Pitt, Quentin Tarantino, Lionel Messi, Shay Mitchell, Kendrick Lamar, Wiz Khalifa, T.O.P., Lee Min-ho, Kasha, Jamie Oliver, Mark Ronson, Lauryn Hill, Emma González, Edinson Cavani, Michael Jordan
Year of the Rabbit: Love compatibility
The Rabbit's Chinese zodiac compatibility triangle
The Rabbit (Hare, cat), the Goat (Sheep) and the Pig (Boar) are part of the fourth compatibility triangle of Chinese astrology. Indeed, the Rabbit, fourth sign-animal of the zodiac in the Chinese calendar, gets along naturally with the Goat and the Pig.
All 12 zodiac signs of the Chinese horoscope also have a secret friend: the Dog is the secret friend of the Rabbit. However, also note that the Chinese Zodiac sign of the Rabbit is incompatible with the Rooster (Chicken).
Today's Chinese Horoscope for the Rabbit
KarmaWeather's Free Daily Rabbit Horoscope offers unique and accurate predictions for the 4th Chinese zodiac sign. To better understand his Chinese daily horoscope, regardless of the specific interpretation of the consulted period of the current Chinese year, the Rabbit must monitor the days and months governed by the energetic influence of the Rooster (in particular, avoid any trip, operation or signature of contract). On the other hand, the days of the Rabbit, the Goat, the Pig and the Dog are lucky days for the Rabbit.
Year of the Rabbit: Birthstones
Rabbit Chinese zodiac lucky stones: Amazonite, aventurine, cat's eye, emerald, fuchsite, green apatite, jade, malachite, peridot, pink quartz, rainbow fluorite, serpentine, watermelon tourmaline, tsavorite garnet
Chinese Horoscope for Fire, Earth, Metal and Water Rabbits
Below, in accordance with the Chinese horoscope, you will find a detailed description of the personality and specificities of the 5 existing types of Rabbit, which associate the terrestrial branch of the Rabbit with the 5 Yin celestial trunks of WuXing and Feng Shui (Yin Wood, Yin Fire, Yin Earth, Yin Metal, Yin Water). Indeed, the Rabbit being a Chinese astrological sign with Yin polarity, the elements of Nature to which he can be connected are always in their Yin form. Likewise, for each Rabbit associated with his celestial trunk (Wood Rabbit, Fire Rabbit, Earth Rabbit, Metal Rabbit, Water Rabbit), discover the pillar of destiny he is associated with and its meaning, in relation to its imagined destiny.
🌳 Wood Rabbit
Characteristics: You’re a Wood Rabbit-Cat if you’re born in 1975. In 2020, you’re 45 years old. Your lucky number is 52.
Personality: Hedonistic, friendly and tolerant, generous and understanding, the native of the Year of the Wood Rabbit sometimes shows a little too much carelessness in his social and professional relationships, which may harm him by attracting around him unscrupulous people, who might shamelessly take advantage of his kindness. The person born in the Year of the Rabbit, whose diplomatic skills and taste for working in a group are highly developed, must however fight against his natural inclination to make arbitrary decisions whenever he feels threatened. In case of failure to control his rebellious nature if his tranquility is disturbed, the inflexible behavior of the Wood Rabbit could inadvertently offend the very same people he needs to achieve his goals successfully.
Wood Rabbit's Pillar of Destiny
Imaged destiny: "Water from the great spring" (Yin)
Meaning of the Wood Rabbit's birth pillar: Innovation and creativity in all areas, excellent memory and ability to assimilate knowledge, predisposition for intellectual professions in a protected environment, friendly character but often misunderstood and jealous, latent authoritarian tendencies, psychological weaknesses to identify in order to better overcome them.
🔥 Fire Rabbit
Characteristics: You’re a Fire Rabbit-Cat if you’re born in 1927 or 1987. In 2020, you’re 93 or 33 years old. Your lucky number is 4.
Personality: The person born in the Year of the Fire Rabbit loves to trust his intuition. His playful and expressive character, combined with his strong temperament, go along with a sometimes impatient or angry mood. Usually, the Fire Rabbit flourishes in positions where he can have a direct impact on events. He also prefers to resolve conflicts indirectly, avoiding face-to-face confrontations as much as possible.
Fire Rabbit's Pillar of Destiny
Imaged destiny: "Oven fire" (Yin)
Meaning of the Fire Rabbit's birth pillar: Taste for leadership, protective instinct, possessive temper, communicative warmth, magnetic energy, creativity and openness to innovation, manipulative tendencies.
🗿 Earth Rabbit
Characteristics: You’re an Earth Rabbit-Cat if you’re born in 1939 or 1999. In 2020, you’re 81 or 21 years old. Your lucky number is 16.
Personality: The native of the Year of the Earth Rabbit is serious, stable and confident. Though materialistic and potentially manipulative, he remains a friendly personality. The Earth Rabbit prefers to escape unpleasant situations, except when his family and those he loves are directly concerned. Despite his egocentric and solitary trend, the Earth Rabbit, always pragmatic, still manages to quickly identify his faults and correct them. Indeed, the Earth Rabbit knows for a fact that the adjustment and correction of his defects are the necessary condition to the successful continuation of his existence.
Earth Rabbit's Pillar of Destiny
Imaged destiny: "The earth on the ramparts" (Yin)
Meaning of the Earth Rabbit's birth pillar: Peaceful temper, gift for strategy, flawless realism and determination, remarkable stability, privileged personal pleasures on common well-being, lack of fantasy, risk of avoiding any action that does not directly affect comfort of the individual.
🛠 Metal Rabbit
Characteristics: You’re a Metal Rabbit-Cat if you’re born in 1951 or in 2011. In 2020, you’re 69 or 9 years old. Your lucky number is 28.
Personality: Ambitious, observant, responsible, sophisticated and hard working, the person born in the Year of the Metal Rabbit is the most stable and the most robust of Rabbits. He usually favors intelligence to beauty when making the severe selection of his friends. Metal Rabbits have the potential to become famous artists or bright collectors, provided they manage to better control of their inhibitions.
Metal Rabbit's Pillar of Destiny
Imaged destiny: "Century-old cedar and pine wood" (Yin)
Meaning of the Metal Rabbit's birth pillar: Inner strength and analytical intelligence, great capacity for achievement served by a discreet ambition and a remarkable aesthetic taste, success and prosperity are tangible objectives, difficulty in questioning and assuming possible failures.
💧 Water Rabbit
Characteristics: You’re a Water Rabbit-Cat if you’re born in 1963 or 2023 (it is from Chinese New Year 2023 that the next generation of Water Rabbits is born). In 2020, you’re 57 years old. Your lucky number is 40.
Personality: Thoughtful, emotional, impressionable, indecisive, but always surrounded by true friends, the native of the Year of the Water Rabbit is traditionally regarded as the weakest of his kind. The Water Rabbit must always be careful not to be influenced or controlled, by unscrupulous and malicious people. Gifted with a formidable memory, the Water Rabbit must also be careful not to take refuge in the past and even paranoia, as he takes the risk in return of lacking clarity and realism in his appreciation of everyday situations.
Water Rabbit's Pillar of Destiny
Imaged destiny: "The metal of the mirror" (Yin)
Meaning of the Water Rabbit's birth pillar: Wisdom and philosophy, attraction to meditation and spirituality, infallible memory, attraction to the intellectual, literary, psychology and human sciences professions, emotional fragility.
Chinese zodiac sign of the Rabbit
Main characteristics of Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal and Water Rabbits
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