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The Rooster

Rooster - Chinese Zodiac AnimalBirth Years:
1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005, 2017, 2029, 2041, 2053

Compatible with:
Snake and Ox


Precious Flower:

Western Equivalent:

straightforward, observant, well-organized

unrealistic, boastful, outspoken

The Rooster occupies the tenth position in the Chinese zodiac. Roosters are conservative people who are always dressed for success. People who are born in the Year of the Rooster tend to have excellent organizational skills. A Rooster is only happy when he is in the limelight. They are outspoken, and often boast about their own achievements. Roosters are good at managing money. They rarely have financial trouble. A Rooster makes a good book keeper, dentist, or musician. When you meet a Rooster, she will either love your or hate you. Roosters have big dreams, and won’t appreciate you if you try to burst their bubble.

straightforward (adjective): says things directly
conservative (adjective): traditional in style and or manner
boastful (adjective): expressing excess pride in one’s own achievements
limelight (noun): a place or position where one has all of the attention
burst one’s bubble (verb): to cause a person to give up on a hope

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