Parent-Child Horoscope


Rat 1900 1912 1924 1936 1948 1960 1972 1984 1996 2008 2020 Rat
Ox 1901 1913 1925 1937 1949 1961 1973 1985 1997 2009 2021 Ox
Tiger 1902 1914 1926 1938 1950 1962 1974 1986 1998 2010 2022 Tiger
Rabbit 1903 1915 1927 1939 1951 1963 1975 1987 1999 2011 2023 Rabbit
Dragon 1904 1916 1928 1940 1952 1964 1976 1988 2000 2012 2024 Dragon
Snake 1905 1917 1929 1941 1953 1965 1977 1989 2001 2013 2025 Snake
Horse 1906 1918 1930 1942 1954 1966 1978 1990 2002 2014 2026 Horse
Sheep 1907 1919 1931 1943 1955 1967 1979 1991 2003 2015 2027 Sheep
Monkey 1908 1920 1932 1944 1956 1968 1980 1992 2004 2016 2028 Monkey
Rooster 1909 1921 1933 1945 1957 1969 1981 1993 2005 2017 2029 Rooster
Dog 1910 1922 1934 1946 1958 1970 1982 1994 2006 2018 2030 Dog
Pig 1911 1923 1935 1947 1959 1971 1983 1995 2007 2019 2031 Pig

According to the Chinese Astrologists, the characteristics of an individual can be determined from the year, month, time and place of birth. The reality of such prediction is about 60% accurate since one can change ones character and attitude either for better or worse as the years go by. The environment and our determination can also affect those characteristics.

Sincere, kind and truthful attitudes are valuable for establishing good friendships whereas arrogance and flattering approaches are to be discouraged.

The following information could help you to know about your relationship as well as compatibility with other signs. More importantly, one should always realize personal shortfalls and learn from the positive attitudes of others.

Compatibility Chart

(A) Two most compatible signs for each animal sign:

Starting from your own sign, say, as number one, count either clockwise or anti-clockwise to 5 and these will be two compatible signs.
e.g. If you are a Rat sign, then two compatible signs are Dragon and Monkey.

(B) Either competitor or compatible:

Directly opposite to each other.

e.g. Rat and Horse

Normally, these two signs cannot see eye to eye with each other (in this case as competitor), BUT if the elder sign yields to the younger sign, then the relationship will be compatible.

(C) Possible non compatible combination:

Starting from your own sign, say, as number one, count either clockwise or anti-clockwise to 4 and these will be two very likely non-compatible signs.

e.g. If you are a Rat sign, then two non compatible signs are Rabbit and Rooster.

For a husband and wife, parent and children or brother and sister relationship that falls under such combination, there will be quite frequent disagreements. The possible reason for meeting in such circumstances in this life are partly due to destiny or previous unresolved deeds, depending on who is the debtor or debt-collector.

Anyhow, RESPECT for each other will lead to having a peaceful home.

For a friend, business partnership or colleagues relationship, such combinations could establish into a good friendship or friendly working environment provided one respects and values each other.

(D) Other signs:

In general, when the large animal sign is willing to give in to the smaller animal sign, they can become good-friends or compatible.

Large animal signs:- Ox, Tiger, Dragon, Horse.

Small animal signs:- Rat, rabbit, snake, goat (sheep), monkey, rooster, dog and pig.

Remember, 'Respect others, and others will respect you', then non-compatibles can become compatible. Learn good attitudes from others in order to compensate own shortfalls.

Relationships with Child & Others

relationship with their own children

Rat: They may try to get away from their RAT-parent.
Ox: Dedicated and home loving person, will stay with the family for longer when grown up.
Tiger: Will be a worry as well as pride for the RAT-parent.
Rabbit: They are likely to take off without a word of warning.
Dragon: They will never cease to amaze the RAT-parent.
Snake: With opposite sexes RAT-parent will be friendly, but there may be disagreement between same gender such as father and son as well as mother and daughter.
Horse: Will experience complexity in bridging the generation gap unless the Rat-parent and the child make a conscious effort.
Goat (sheep): They never know exactly what is the level of acceptability by the RAT-parent.
Monkey: Intelligent but disobedient, requires good directive and strong support from the Rat-parent.
Rooster: They are dedicated and faithful to their RAT-parent, except when concerning their emotional feeling.
Dog: After going through a disobedient period, they will become a source of strength to their Rat-parent when in adulthood.
Boar (Pig): They require caring support from RAT-parent.

Rat relationship with other signs

Rat: Mutual respect to each other either in relationship, business or friendship provided the direction of responsibility is clearly stated.
Ox: Harmonize with each other, an excellent match in marriage and business.
Tiger: Such a partnership is better for marriage if the wife is the RAT.
Rabbit: May have problems in romantic relationship or business partnership, unless they understand each other's desires.
Dragon: DRAGON brings inspiration and enthusiasm in friendship, business as well as romance.
Snake: SNAKE is motivating company for the RAT either in marriage or business.
Horse: They are mainly burdened with differences as a business partner, except strong love could bind them together.
Goat (sheep): They are good at creating the best of circumstances, but not compatible.
Monkey: Pleasant and satisfying partnership in marriage and business.
Rooster: Business partnership can be considered provided both signs contribute their own special skills and ability.
Dog: For partnership in business and romance, they will survive most problems.
Boar (Pig): A contented and happy partnership, where emotional needs are met.

Rat | Ox | Tiger | Rabbit | Dragon | Snake | Horse | Sheep | Monkey | Rooster | Dog | Pig | Top

Ox relationship with their own children

Rat: Clever and bright.
Ox: Hard-working child.
Tiger: Energetic and active.
Rabbit: Bring happiness to the Ox-parent.
Dragon: Needs space to themselves.
Snake: They will utilize their intellect towards their OX-parent.
Horse: They always want to declare independence.
Goat (sheep): Difficult to communicate with their OX-parent.
Monkey: Mischievous nature.
Rooster: Many enjoyable surprises to the OX-parent.
Dog: Difficult in gaining confidence from the Ox-parent.
Pig: Warm and affectionate child.

Ox relationship with other signs

Rat: A joyful partnership, in love and marriage, provided freedom is given to Rat.
Ox: Socially and in business, such partnerships do work.
Tiger: Not the easiest partnership in romance or business unless the charisma is very powerful.
Rabbit: Successful business relationships. Happy love life is typical but jealousy or envy may be involved.
Dragon: Not an ideal relationship. Business partnerships are likely to be better provided the differences are acknowledged.
Snake: An interesting partnership in romance and in business.
Horse: Both stubborn partners may make life tricky for each other, they are capable of disagreement and arguments when both are in a business partnership.
Goat (sheep): Both share common interests, but their point of view on life can be fundamentally diverse which leads to disagreement.
Monkey: Monkey is an amusing partner for the OX and also a good working business partner but with incompatible interests.
Rooster: Rooster will provide very important motivation to both romantic and working relationships for the OX.
Dog: Such partnership either in romance or business, will always be under the darkness of combined doubt or dishonesty.
Pig: Pleasant and conservative partnership, suitable for domestic happiness, or for a serene working environment.

Rat | Ox | Tiger | Rabbit | Dragon | Snake | Horse | Sheep | Monkey | Rooster | Dog | Pig | Top

Tiger relationship with their own children

Rat: They usually do not follow their parent's footprints, but a closer relationship will develop with time.
Ox: Stubborn and rebellious manner towards their TIGER-parent.
Tiger: They are likely to follow their OX-parent's footprint.
Rabbit: They will bring happiness to their TIGER-parent.
Dragon: Makes the TIGER-parent very proud.
Snake: They may not relate to the TIGER-parent as readily as the TIGER would like
Horse: They are willing to engage the TIGER-parent in friendships outside the family.
Goat (sheep): Loving and devoted to their TIGER-parent.
Monkey: Requires guidance.
Rooster: The may leave home early in life, but remain affectionate to TIGER-parent.
Dog: They will share the TIGER-parent's enthusiasms.
Pig: Most likely to rely on the TIGER-parent to supply a more settled home life.

Tiger relationship with other signs

Rat: Rat usually finds the TIGER is the bossy partner. The relationship will only work providing the arrangement is acceptable and agreeable to both parties.
Ox: Not an ideal partner both in romance or business.
Tiger: Too much rivalry can make their partnership brittle.
Rabbit: This is an ideal connection especially in marriage as far as TIGER is concerned. If RABBIT is in a secondary position, the business relationship will work better.
Dragon: This is a influential combination, both for business and romance.
Snake: Snakes may have secret hidden motives when teaming up with TIGER. There will be mistrust and doubt on both sides in romance or business situations.
Horse: This is a model relationship for marriage, but not really in business.
Goat (sheep): Happiness in marriage and harmony in business.
Monkey: Successful partnership once they have conquered their mutual mistrust and appreciate each other.
Rooster: Independence required for both signs to result in a cozy relationship.
Dog: An ideal marriage partner and compatible in business.
Pig: Not adequate enough to grasp the TIGER'S passionate interest for long. The Pig has ability to finish a job which will help the TIGER in business, but both have different opinions.

Rat | Ox | Tiger | Rabbit | Dragon | Snake | Horse | Sheep | Monkey | Rooster | Dog | Pig | Top

Rabbit relationship with their own children

Rat: Selfish attitude.
Ox: They are extremely faithful and very helpful to the RABBIT-parent when grown up.
Tiger: Close relationship with RABBIT-parent.
Rabbit: Very loving to their RABBIT-parent.
Dragon: They will certainly astonish the RABBIT-parent.
Snake: The Snake-child may appear to be isolated and cold, but this is due to an inborn emotional reserve, actually their heart is full of love.
Horse: They seem to be grown up very quick.
Goat (sheep): Loving and genuine.
Monkey: Problem child, but strong-bond with their RABBIT-parent.
Rooster: A forcefully independent child but faithful to the RABBIT-parent.
Dog: Quiet child hardly ever to get noticed.
Pig: They will be a good friend and a great relief to the RABBIT-parent.

Rabbit relationship with other signs

Rat: Not the happiest partnerships either in romance or business. RAT may take advantage either emotionally or financially.
Ox: Works better in romance than in business, unless financial success is not an important issue.
Tiger: If the TIGER leads, this will be an ideal partnership. The TIGER is very supportive both in romance and business.
Rabbit: Family relationships and friendships are very powerful.
Dragon: RABBIT may be attracted to the charming Dragon. However, in business and romance, there may be mistrust.
Snake: Ideal marriage partnership, but beware if In business.
Horse: They could live and work together without clashing. For a workable romantic relationship, the Horse partner should be the male.
Goat (sheep): Compatible relationship between these signs in love as well as in business.
Monkey: The RABBIT must know how to put up with the MONKEY'S defiance, otherwise could have lots of heartbreaks.
Rooster: RABBIT thinks that the ROOSTER is a bit rough, but ROOSTER feels that the RABBIT is too laid-back. This combination could work in business with such balanced personalities.
Dog: A steady partnership both in marriage and business, with a bit of difficulty attached.
Pig: A joyful relationship especially in marriage, PIG is a helpful partner in business.

Rat | Ox | Tiger | Rabbit | Dragon | Snake | Horse | Sheep | Monkey | Rooster | Dog | Pig | Top

Dragon relationship with their own children

Rat: They will follow in the footsteps of the DRAGON-parent's artistic hidden aspiration.
Ox: They do not seem to share the DRAGON-parent's interests
Tiger: Disagreements may happen if the DRAGON-parent does not understand the child.
Rabbit: They will tend to follow the DRAGON-parent's way.
Dragon: They will benefit from the DRAGON-parent's liveliness.
Snake: They have commonsense and good reasoning.
Horse: Better prepared than DRAGON-parent thinks.
Goat (sheep): Needs great understanding and lots of attention.
Monkey: Good companion and able to follow in the DRAGON-parent footstep.
Rooster: Child goes its own way.
Dog: They secretly dislike the DRAGON-parent.
Pig: Gives more love to their DRAGON-parent.

Dragon relationship with other signs

Rat: Pleasant relationship in both marriage as well as in business.
Ox: They need to work hard together for a long lasting relationship. In business, the Ox partner may be dissatisfied.
Tiger: Steady relationship since they are familiar with each other's talents, and a good team in business.
Rabbit: This is the best combination for relationship. Requires confidence for a successful partnership in business.
Dragon: Amazing business partnership with the different temperaments these two bring into their personal relationship.
Snake: Ideal partners both in business and romance.
Horse: Horse proves to be a reliable partner in business and love.
Goat (sheep): It is not a long lasting partnership in business and romance, due to the two usually falling head over heel in love.
Monkey: Mutual understanding is required for a successful partnership.
Rooster: Even though they may share many interests, but they are not usually compatible. In business, they prosper from each other's merits.
Dog: Romantic and business partnerships can prosper, provided they give each their own space.
Pig: PIG will always endure some suffering without being happy to do so.

Rat | Ox | Tiger | Rabbit | Dragon | Snake | Horse | Sheep | Monkey | Rooster | Dog | Pig | Top

Snake relationship their own children

Rat: They will go their own way.
Ox: Needs SNAKE-parent's guidance.
Tiger: Hard and difficult but not nasty.
Rabbit: Brings lots of happiness to SNAKE-parent.
Dragon: They will express many thoughts, which SNAKE-parent might have wondered about.
Snake: They always stay in touch with the Snake-parent.
Horse: They have different interests than the SNAKE-parent and a lack of communication.
Goat (sheep): Loving child and tends to be very much tuned into the mood of the SNAKE-parent.
Monkey: Independent child.
Rooster: Ambitious child, requires help from SNAKE-parent to achieve their goal.
Dog: Requires more love from SNAKE-parent.
Pig: Always loves their SNAKE-parent.

Snake relationship with other signs

Rat: Happy meeting of minds as well as being good in business.
Ox: Romantic relationship is not suitable. A business relationship will be more solid when combining intelligence with strength.
Tiger: In romance, this is a very passionate relationship, but tends to fade out, and not very good in business.
Rabbit: Most successful of all romantic and business relationship.
Dragon: Partnership better in business rather than romance.
Snake: Good combination in business and romance.
Horse: Not many conflicts when teamed up in business partnership.
Goat (sheep): Happy and pleasant in personal relationship and business
Monkey: A bit tricky in romantic relationship. Internal dispute may damage the business partnership.
Rooster: Can be a lasting relationship combination if career is the main concern for ROOSTER. Great success as a business team.
Dog: Normally, it is SNAKE'S fault for the relationship to end.
Pig: In generally they are happy to stay together, but lack of enthusiasm. In business, PIG may not be totally devoted their heart.

Rat | Ox | Tiger | Rabbit | Dragon | Snake | Horse | Sheep | Monkey | Rooster | Dog | Pig | Top

Horse relationship with their own children

Rat: Not totally follows the footstep of HORSE-parents.
Ox: Independent and helpful child.
Tiger: Brings joy to the HORSE-parent.
Rabbit: Only accepts soft approach and reasoning from their HORSE-parent.
Dragon: Needs support.
Snake: Disappointing HORSE-parent when young, but change to a better in adulthood.
Horse: Very close to the HORSE-parent.
Goat (sheep): Much loved by the HORSE-parent.
Monkey: They will slowly develop their own interests.
Rooster: Independent child.
Dog: They are loyal, friendly and helpful to their HORSE-parent.
Pig: Caring child.

Horse relationship with other signs

Rat: Better as friends than as a couple, but not a bad business team.
Ox: Romantic relationship will gradually develop if space is given to each other. Good business team combination.
Tiger: Good in romance and business.
Rabbit: Jealousy may be the stumbling block for the romantic relationship to last. Trouble may also occur in business.
Dragon: Striking relationship but be careful of extravagance. In business, Dragon-partner may have unreasonable ideas.
Snake: Not a long-lasting relationship unless both share some common interests.
Horse: Good in romance and in business, but beware, one partner tends to shut out other people.
Goat (sheep): Ideal partnership in romance and in business.
Monkey: Better to be friends than lovers, and work well as a business team.
Rooster: Successful partnership in romance and in business.
Dog: Happy relationship both in romance and in business.
Pig: Both will enjoy the pleasures of family paradise and success in business.

Rat | Ox | Tiger | Rabbit | Dragon | Snake | Horse | Sheep | Monkey | Rooster | Dog | Pig | Top

Sheep (goat) relationship with their own children

Rat: Independent child
Ox: Aggressive manner, it will be an important relationship if SHEEP-parent finds a way to teach them.
Tiger: They will bring happiness and comfort.
Rabbit: Brings happiness and satisfaction to the SHEEP-parent.
Dragon: Different from the SHEEP-parent, but a source of pleasure.
Snake: Loving child.
Horse: Loving and warm child.
Goat (sheep): Always the favorite child.
Monkey: Independent and secretive child.
Rooster: Happy and productive child.
Dog: Difficult child but getting better later in life.
Pig: Gentle and caring child.

Sheep (goat) relationship with other signs

Rat: Only if doubt is eliminated on both sides, then romance and business relationships may work.
Ox: Conflicts over insignificance issues could be the stumbling block to ruin either romantic or business partnerships.
Tiger: If the SHEEP takes on a secondary position, then both romance and business relationship will work.
Rabbit: Happy relationship in romance and in business.
Dragon: Many heartbreaks or troubles in romantic or business relationship.
Snake: Both romantic and business relationships will work.
Horse: Secure in romance and business partnership.
Goat (sheep): Good in both romance and business partnership.
Monkey: Understanding is required for romantic relationship to last. Individual freedom is a must for a successful business partnership.
Rooster: ROOSTER brings enthusiasm and inspiration to the relationship. In business, ROOSTER also leads.
Dog: DOG normally controls the SHEEP.
Pig: Dynamic relationship in both romance and traditional business.

Rat | Ox | Tiger | Rabbit | Dragon | Snake | Horse | Sheep | Monkey | Rooster | Dog | Pig | Top

Monkey relationship with their own children

Rat: Love and warmth child.
Ox: Trustworthy, helpful and stable child.
Tiger: Not a happy child, does not like interference.
Rabbit: Do not agree with their MONKEY-parent's ideology.
Dragon: Clever child.
Snake: They may seem cool and isolated.
Horse: Trustworthy and hard working child.
Goat (sheep): They may seem to be isolated from their MONKEY-parent.
Monkey: Trouble kid, needs lots of supports from MONKEY-parent.
Rooster: Great fun.
Dog: Loving child.
Pig: Needs great love and attention from their MONKEY-parent.

Monkey relationship with other signs

Rat: If each partner is satisfied with the other's merits, this will work in romance and business.
Ox: OX brings steadiness to the relationship even though they are the boring partners. In business, this combination will work.
Tiger: Many problems have to be overcome for any relationship or business to last.
Rabbit: Shaky partnership as well as in business.
Dragon: A peculiar love but limitless, prosper in business.
Snake: Difficult in romance & in business.
Horse: Good in friendship and in business.
Goat (sheep): No common interest in both romance and business.
Monkey: Perfect couple if they can overcome their differences. Steadiness is required in business to succeed.
Rooster: Both recognize each other's ability, but love is shallow. Business partnership may be success only in the entertainment industry.
Dog: This relationship will succeed if differences are sorted out. Dog-partner could be a good helping-hand in time of crisis.
Pig: Both are incompatible in their different interests.

Rat | Ox | Tiger | Rabbit | Dragon | Snake | Horse | Sheep | Monkey | Rooster | Dog | Pig | Top

Rooster relationship with their own children

Rat: Independent child.
Ox: Reliable child.
Tiger: Needs to be looked after carefully by the ROOSTER-parent.
Rabbit: Lazy and careless child.
Dragon: Never cease to surprise the ROOSTER-parent.
Snake: Brings honor to the ROOSTER-parent.
Horse: Independent child.
Goat (sheep): Loving child.
Monkey: Requires support and clear guideline from their ROOSTER-parent.
Rooster: Do not let the ROOSTER-child to go his or her own way too early in life.
Dog: Loyal and loving child.
Pig: Brings great comfort to a ROOSTER-parent in later life.

Rooster relationship with other signs

Rat: ROOSTER requires more enthusiasm in romance. Many contrast of belief when team up in business.
Ox: Lasting relationship, even when romance disappears. Good business team.
Tiger: Many disagreements will occur when in relationship and painful business partnership.
Rabbit: Long-lasting relationship requires each other's effort, for successful business, agreement on any issue is a must.
Dragon: Unusual combination romantically, and in business they are likely to respect each other's ability.
Snake: Difficult marriage, but will work as a business partners.
Horse: Little in common both in love or business.
Goat (sheep): Love will join them together. In business, Sheep is a splendid and hard-working partner.
Monkey: Interesting but also stimulating partnership with some turbulence both in love and business.
Rooster: Arguments must stop and give each other plenty of space, then it will work in either love or business.
Dog: Keep career separate from home, then relationship will last longer. Not a good combination in business.
Pig: Compatible in both love and in business.

Rat | Ox | Tiger | Rabbit | Dragon | Snake | Horse | Sheep | Monkey | Rooster | Dog | Pig | Top

Dog relationship with their own children

Rat: Brings great happiness to the DOG-parent.
Ox: They may get miserable and stubborn if the DOG-parent tries to hinder too much.
Tiger: Gifted child.
Rabbit: Difficult to communicate with their DOG-parent.
Dragon: Able child.
Snake: Ambitious and easily misunderstood child.
Horse: Well looked after by their DOG-parent.
Goat (sheep): Full of problems in both romance and in business.
Monkey: Active child and can be naughty.
Rooster: Independent child.
Dog: Close to the DOG-parent.
Pig: Loving child.

Dog relationship with other signs

Rat: Some disagreements occur in both romantic and business situation.
Ox: Giving each other space from time to time will work well in business and personal relationships.
Tiger: An ideal partnership in love and in business.
Rabbit: Loving relationship is mostly based on physical attraction, requires firmer groundwork if in business.
Dragon: Uncomfortable in relationship and in business, unless they are trusting each other.
Snake: Not a very good combination in romance or business.
Horse: Ideal partnership in romance and in business.
Goat (sheep): Full of problems in both romance and in business.
Monkey: Romantically, they both enjoy life, and using alternative methods will result in successful business
Rooster: Only love could connect these two together.
Dog: They understand each other both in love and in business.
Pig: Long lasting but boring relationship both in romance and business.

Rat | Ox | Tiger | Rabbit | Dragon | Snake | Horse | Sheep | Monkey | Rooster | Dog | Pig | Top

Pig (Boar) relationship With their own children

Rat: Not much interest.
Ox: Brings great comfort and joy to their PIG-parent.
Tiger: Leave home early.
Rabbit: Brings happiness to PIG-parent.
Dragon: Pig-parent should not be over-protective with the child.
Snake: Independent child.
Horse: Powerful and reliable child.
Goat (sheep): A boon to the PIG-parent.
Monkey: Active child.
Rooster: Unexpected talents.
Dog: Home loving and loyal towards the PIG-parent.
Pig: Happy child.

Pig relationship with other signs

Rat: Both satisfy each other's needs, even though there may not have any common interest. In business partnerships, they are well organized.
Ox: Steady relationship in romance and in business
Tiger: Give in to each other will make for a long-lasting relationship. Problems in business partnership.
Rabbit: Happy relationships in romance and business.
Dragon: Romance may go through difficult times, as well as in business.
Snake: Differences will hurt the relationship and the business.
Horse: Requires support and harmony from both parties to build a steady relationship as well as in business.
Goat (sheep): Happy relationships both in love and in business provided they are both have steady home-life.
Monkey: Difficult relationship in love and in business.
Rooster: If both can agree and give in on the subject concerning occupation and home, then the relationship may last. For a successful business, disagreement must be discussed.
Dog: Workable relationship in love and in business.
Pig: Absolutely satisfying relationship both in love and in business.

Rat | Ox | Tiger | Rabbit | Dragon | Snake | Horse | Sheep | Monkey | Rooster | Dog | Pig | Top

Created on 12 Sep 2011. Last Revised on September 15, 2011
Adapted from