Those born in the Year of the Rabbit, the Fourth Chinese Zodiac Sign, a Yin Wood Animal, are affectionate, talented, obliging, pleasant, secure and tranquil. They have a tendency to get too sentimental and superficial and to avoid conflict and emotional involvement. Although cautious introverted, private and conservative, and not risk-takers, they are successful in business. They would make good lawyers, diplomats, teachers, counselors, communicators or actors. They are excellent hosts, and enjoy company. They pursue their ideals in a slow, precise, and orderly manner. Despite their gentle appearance, they are strong-minded and strong-willed. Like the Rabbit itself, Rabbit people are usually very sexual, but they don’t like to participate in “public displays of affection”.
They are said to be the luckiest people on earth. These refined, cultured, loving folks speak gently, and have a high sense of appreciation for art, music literature and theatre. Rabbits are careful with money, spending most on their homes, cars or furniture. They love hunting for antiques. Look for Rabbits at garage sales, selling or buying! They tend to be clever, flexible, deliberate and serious, and are known to be able to think on their feet, and make quick decisions. Often well-educated, they don’t like to let on everything that they know.
Professionally, and in relationships, their strongest unions are other Rabbits, Sheep, Rat, and Dog, especially Sheep. They don’t get along well with Roosters.
Recent Rabbit Years are: 1903, 1915, 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, and 2011. The next one will be 2023.
Famous people born in Rabbit Years include: Queen Victoria (1819), Albert Einstein (1879), Michael Jordan, Brad Pitt, Johnny Depp, and Whitney Houston (1963), David Beckham Angelina Jolie, Drew Barrymore, and Tiger Woods (1975), Hilary Duff (1987).