Chinese Love Compatibility

Chinese astrology is as fascinating and popular as western astrology. Here is compatibility chart based on Chinese zodiac signs that will help you know your best and least compatibility with different signs.
The simplest meaning of compatibility is to understand each other well. Thoughts and outlook of compatible people may/or may not be same but they can relate well to each other. Only when the expectations of one partner are fulfilled by the other and vice versa, the pair is said to be compatible. On the other hand, sometimes, it is found that certain people are so opposite that they cannot get along together as friends, as business partners or even as lovers. What makes them incompatible? Astrology gives an answer to the question of compatibility and incompatibility. According to astrology, certain signs are compatible while some are not. Here we will see more on Chinese astrology compatibility.

Chinese Astrology
Chinese astrology is one of the oldest science in the world. It is based on the rotating 12 year cycle. The 12 animal signs or Chinese zodiac signs include rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, dog, boar and rooster. According to Chinese astrology, every person born in a specific year belongs to one particular sign. Also, people born after 12 years from that year also belong to the same sign. For e.g., people born in the year 1936 belong to sign rat, whereas, those born in 1948 also belong to this sign. The following table will help you find your Chinese horoscope sign according to the year in which you were born.

Chinese Zodiac Signs
Ox1925193719491961197319851997
Tiger1926193819501962197419861998
Rabbit1927193919511963197519871999
Dragon1928194019521964197619882000
Snake1929194119531965197719892001
Horse1930194219541966197819902002
Goat1931194319551967197919912003
Monkey1932194419561968198019922004
Rooster1933194519571969198119932005
Dog1934194619581970198219942006
Pig1935194719591971198319952007
Rat1936194819601972198419962008

Chinese Compatibility
The 12 animals or the signs having similar characteristics are divided into four groups, of 3 animals each. All the three animals in each group are most compatible with each other. With others they may be least compatible or even have mixed chances. The following are the compatible groups of Chinese Zodiac signs.

Rat, Dragon, Monkey: Although they seem very different, basically they are very intelligent, determined and action oriented. They complement each other.

Snake, Ox, Rooster: They are deep thinkers, philosophers and great diplomats. Each sign's alertness and strength makes it compatible with the other in the group.

Tiger, Horse, Dog: They are free thinker, freedom lovers full of energy. Their love for versatility makes them get along with each other well.

Rabbit, Goat, Pig: They are the most peaceful and sensitive lot. They are kindhearted, caring and sympathetic. Their mutual need for love makes them compatible with each other.

Compatibility Chart
As you know that you are most compatible with people belonging to similar sign as yours. However, if you wish to know whether you are compatible with other signs or not, refer to the following table and it will tell you all about Chinese love compatibility.
❤ ❤ ❤
Most Compatible
❤ ❤
Compatible
Least Compatible

AnimalsRatOxTigerRabbitDragonSnakeHorseGoatMonkeyRoosterDogPig
Rat
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
Ox
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
Tiger
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤ ❤
❤ ❤
Rabbit
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤ ❤
Dragon
❤ ❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
Snake
❤ ❤
❤ ❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤ ❤
❤ ❤
Horse
❤ ❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤ ❤
❤ ❤
Goat
❤ ❤
❤ ❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤ ❤
Monkey
❤ ❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
Rooster
❤ ❤
❤ ❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
Dog
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
Pig
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤
❤ ❤

Chinese compatibility chart gives a rough idea on whether a person is compatible with you or not. However, this should be used only as a guideline, and should not be considered as a final word in determining the nature and future of a relationship.
Advertisement