Sociable, Discreet, Refined, Shrewd, Perceptive, Sensitive, Aloof.
Although they might not want it, the zodiac sign Rabbit represents a shy, irresistible being who is generally non-argumentative. Rabbits are really favourite with allies and family line. They are inherently tenderhearted and caring from those they care virtually. Rabbits idealise their human relationship and might devote far more of themselves than is good for them. As luck would have it the Rabbit circles itself with supporters and household who will assist them recover its balance once cast off emotionally.
Rabbits are a bit weak and call for a firm ethnical foundation in order to get ahead. Without a substantial family and intimate friends the Rabbit won't get up well to hardships. Rabbits are highly sensitive to their beliefs that whatever overemotional disturbance could make them physically distracted. Rabbits may be hopeless whenever they find as though their experiences are at a dead end. Naturally they're vulnerable about their situation in the world. Rabbits go through living at their personal stride. They are both meditative and frequently cunctators.
Rabbits enjoys the domestic life. Inside a warm family surroundings the Rabbit could see the protection it demands to unfold and turn more self-asserting. Matching Western sign is Pisces.
1903, 1915, 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011, 2023.
Antique dealer, Diplomat, Administrator, Interior decorator, Politician, Historian, Art collector, Barrister, Tailor, Receptionist, Chemist, Landlord, Pharmacist, Beautician, Accountant, Librarian.
compatible: People born in the Year of the Rabbit are compatible with the Sheep, Pig, and Dog.
incompatible: The Rabbit is incompatible with the people born under the sign of the Rooster.
Harry Belafonte, Ingrid Bergman, Lewis Carroll, John Cleese, Peter Falk, Peter Fonda, James Fox, David Frost, Cary Grant, Oliver Hardy, Bob Hope, Whitney Houston, John Hurt, Michael Keaton, John Keats, Julian Lennon, Arthur Miller, Roger Moore, Tatum O'Neal, George Orwell, Neil Simon, Jane Seymour, Dusty Springfield, Sting, Orson Welles, Norman Wisdom.
1, 3, 5, 9, 15, 19 and 35.