Dragon and Rooster Love Compatibility Horoscope
You can be a happy match. Both of you are clever, capable and independent. The male dragon is always full of vigor and vitality, and the female rooster is rational and efficient. The smart female rooster usually could get benefit from the male dragon's superiority, confidence and good personal relationship. But you need to seek common ground and reserve differences.
|As the symbol of Chinese nation, dragon represents authority and good fortune. People born in the year of the Dragon are powerful, kind-hearted, successful, innovative, brave, healthy courageous and enterprising. However, they tend to be conceited, scrutinizing, tactless, quick-tempered and over-confident.||In Chinese culture, Rooster represents fidelity and punctuality, for it wakes people up on time. People born in the year of the Rooster are beautiful, kind-hearted, hard-working, courageous, independent, humorous and honest. They like to keep home neat and organized. On the other side, they might be arrogant, self-aggrandizing, persuasive to others and wild as well as admire things or persons blindly.|
|Relationship & Love Compatibility|
Best Match:Rat, Monkey, Rooster
Avoid:Ox, Dog, Sheep, Rabbit, Dragon
Among all the 12 animal signs, the Monkeys have the most tacit understanding with the Dragon people and they are all creative. The Dragons like the humorous and practical Rats at the same time are easy to be moved by their praise. In addition, the cunning Rats can be good partners with the Dragons to make something big. The Dragon people can live happily with the people with Rooster sign, for they usually have common interests and new ideas. The Roosters could also be very good helper for Dragons’ career.
People under the signs of the Tiger, Snake, Horse and the Pig all like to be friends with the Dragon people because they admire the dragon's beautiful bearing and strength.
However, two Dragons couldn’t get along well with each other as none of them would like to give up their own decisions. The relationship between the Dragon and the Ox people are usually tense, because both the stubborn and steady Ox people don’t like the Dragons who have a sense of authority in nature. The people that the Dragon feels headache most is the Dog. They feel uncomfortable due to the Dog people's close guard. Also, the Dragons don’t like the Sheep people as they are thought to be weak and couldn’t help them much if they make cooperation. As the Dragon and Rabbit harm each other in Chinese astrology, so they should avoid being together as well.
Best Match:Ox, Dragon, Snake
Avoid:Rat, Rabbit, Rooster, Dog
The people born in the year of the Rooster can get along well with the people born in the year of the snake, because they are complemented with each other in terms of character. The Ox people can make the Rooster's dull life more colorful. As the Rooster and Dragon people are both creative and usually have common goals, the two could be very compatible. The Rooster could assist the Dragon and benefit a lot from his achievement.
The people born in the year of the Tiger, Sheep, Monkey and Pig can be good companions to the Rooster.
However, when a Rooster is together with another Rooster or a Rat, they are easily to fight with each other. The relationship between the Rooster and Rabbit is also not good as they have different personalities. A Rabbit person likes to avoid arguing with his enemy while a Rooster will struggle and quarrel. In terms of the relationship between the Rooster and the Dog, it's changeable. Sometimes they are increasingly intimate and sometimes they are coldly indifferent with each other. They can cooperate well when they need each other. However, it is doomed to be a failure if they marriage.
|1, 6, 7||5, 7, 8|
|golden, silver, hoary||golden, brown, brownish yellow, yellow|
|bleeding heart vine, larkspur||gladiola, impatiens, cockscomb|
|west, northwest, north||west, southwest, northeast|
Relationship Compatibility for the male Dragon:
- Dragon and Rat
- Dragon and Ox
- Dragon and Tiger
- Dragon and Rabbit
- Dragon and Dragon
- Dragon and Snake
- Dragon and Horse
- Dragon and Sheep
- Dragon and Monkey
- Dragon and Rooster
- Dragon and Dog
- Dragon and Pig