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Aligned Signs Blog - Astrology, Dating, Horoscope, Love

Get to Know Those Born in the Year of the Rabbit

Get to Know Those Born in the Year of the Rabbit

By Aligned Signs (839 words)
Posted in Chinese Zodiac on July 29, 2013

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The Year of the Rabbit | Chinese ZodiacThe Chinese Zodiac is an ancient system in which a twelve month period of time is symbolized by a particular animal. There are twelve different animals which have been chosen to characterize years. The cycle repeats every twelve years. The Chinese New year does not fall on a specific date, so it is necessary to look up the calendar to find the specific date on which the year begins.

As per the wisdom, it is believed that people born in any year loosely exhibit the characteristics of the animal which symbolizes that particular year.

The Years of Rabbit are fourth in this repeating pattern. They are preceded by the Years of the Tiger and succeeded by the Years of the Dragon.

Years of Birth: 1915, 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011, 2023…

The Rabbit is a nimble yet delicate animal. In many South East Asian countries, the Rabbit is sign of good fortune. Accordingly, the people born in the years of Rabbit are believed to be physically agile and in general, blessed with luck.


Rabbit people are popular. Everyone wants to be around them. This is because they are socially skillful. They are light hearted, kind and full of humor. Both men and women are very graceful and with excellent manners.

They love and are fascinated by different cultures. This keen appreciate can flow over into different aspects of their life.  Some might be known for their aesthetic judgment when it comes to fashion, others might express this through music or art. They truly enjoy expressing themselves so tend to be wonderful hosts although they like to feel part of the group, rather than the leader of it.

They like to have simple, uncomplicated lives. As such, living in more natural surroundings is likely preferred over the hustle and bustle of big cities .

Mostly, Rabbits are even-tempered people and are difficult to provoke. Rather than get into heated arguments, they use their superior social skills to drive conversations and also make their point.

They are full of empathy. Tales of personal tragedies can make them very emotional. If they disappoint a loved one, they take it to heart.


Rabbit people are skillful and smart. They are quite ambitious as well. But they might lack focus, switching from one endeavor to another without closure.

Inwardly, they are traditionalists and do not welcome change. They take comfort in daily routines. Because of this, inspite of their gifts, they end up leading common, undistinguished lives.

Because of the inherent timid nature of the Rabbit, when confronted with a challenge, they would rather walk around it then face it head on.


Rabbits pay close attention to what is going on around them. They are also resourceful and have excellent people skills. Rabbits do very well as managers, counselors, doctors, negotiators and lawyers.

They have a sense of style and elegance about them. Combined with their artistic abilities, they do well as fashion designers, photographers, musicians and even as actors.

Many Rabbits are known to be collectors of antiques, art, books and/or wines.


The Rabbit is one of the most joyous and prosperous signs of the Chinese Zodiac. No wonder, the Rabbit people attract a huge amount of attention!

In relationships, Rabbits are sweet and full of romance. They are sensitive to their emotions and are easily moved by expression of love in words and actions. But they demand affection too. They like to be pampered. Though they have a reputation for being sexual in their youth, they happily commit themselves readily to a partner for life. They do well with the Sheep and the Pig people the most, as they shower them with adoration and devotion. The positivity of these two signs is able to balance the pessimism of the Rabbit. They are also thought to be compatible with the Tiger and Ox.

Like in everyday life, Rabbits are very idealistic in love. They see no reason not to live out their fantasies with their partners to bring the relationship closer through intimacy. Though generally this creates great moments, there are times when the Rabbit may seem a little out of touch with reality to his or her partner.

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Numbers: 3, 4 and 9.

Colors: Pink, Purple, Red

Flowers: Lily, Snapdragon

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