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The Snake

Calling someone a Snake in the East, is a compliment to her beauty.

The Snake - Chinese Zodiac AnimalBirth Years:
1941, 1953, 1965, 1977, 1989, 2001, 2013, 2025, 2037, 2049

Compatible with:
Rooster and Ox


Precious Flower:
Passion fruit

Western Equivalent:

creative, diligent, charming

materialistic, insecure, vengeful

The Snake is the sixth sign in the Chinese zodiac. Snakes are charmers. They have a unique way of getting others to fall head over heels for them. Snakes can’t always be trusted. They have a tendency to stretch the truth or tell white lies. If you do something to hurt a Snake, watch your back. On the other hand, Snakes are kind and understanding. A Snake will judge you by her first impression, so be on your best behaviour when you meet one. Snakes don’t have to worry too much about money. They seem to get it when they need it. When they have it, they are a bit stingy. In the Western world, a Snake is considered a sly person you can’t trust. Calling someone a Snake in the East, is a compliment to her beauty. Snakes prefer hot weather and tend to hibernate in the winter months. They also prefer a quiet, calm environment.

diligent (adjective): works hard and cares about quality
charming (adjective): has a natural ability to please others
materialistic (adjective): feels the need to have things that indicate wealth
insecure (adjective): not confident
vengeful (adjective): seeks to harm a person for a wrongdoing
stingy (adjective): not quick to share or spend money

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