rat mean intense. ox mean calm , born tiger mean powerful rabbit mean good friend dragon mean strong snake mean prudent horse mean popular goat mean shy monkey mean inventor rooster mean organized dog mean intelligent pig mean honest that are what the 12 chinese zodiac animals mean
The Chinese Zodiac utilizes 12 animals in its chart. The same animal will be repeated every 12th year.
The rooster is one of the 12 Chinese Zodiac animals.
All of them except Dragon which exists only in legend.
There are no particular number on all English Zodiac signs. They are based on people not animals, but China is based on animals, the Chinese Zodiac signs have 12 animals (Dog, Pig, Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Sheep, Monkey and Rooster.)
The Chinese zodiac is based on a lunar yearly cycle of 12. Unless you can give the year of your birth it is impossible to determine your Chinese zodiac sign.
The Chinese Zodiac goes by years and not by months. The animals involved are: Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Sheep, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, Pig. Each animal is repeated every 12 years.
There are 12 signs of the Chinese Zodiac, each corresponding to a specific animal. These animals are Dragon, Snake, Horse, Ram, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, Pig, Rat, Ox, Tiger, and Rabbit.
There are 12 years in a cycle of the Chinese zodiac. 2010 is the Year of the Tiger.
Chinese Zodiac - film - was created on 2012-12-20.
huh? Chinese Zodiac sign have only 12 signs, I don't know that they have the 13th
There are 12 animals in the Chinese zodiac - Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat(Sheep), Monkey, Rooster, Dog and Pig.
It refers to the Chinese zodiac - which is a order of 12 animals and in the calendar years, they go through a 12-year cycle with 7 iterations for each element (7*12 = 84 years).
In Chinese Zodiac, May 12 1939 is the Day of Earth Rooster, Month of Earth Dragon, Year of Earth Rabbit.
The Chinese use the 12 Zodiac to represent 12 Shichen, each being equivalent to 2 hours. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_zodiac#The_hours
Dog, Dragon, Horse, Monkey, Ox, Pig, Rabbit, Ram, Rat, Rooster, Snake, and Tiger.
The Chinese zodiac is based on a 12-year cycle with each year represented by one of the 12 animals: rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, goat, monkey, rooster, dog, and pig. If you were born on a particular year, you get the characteristic of a animal based on the year you were born.
12:Chinese astrology have 12 signs 60:It has 60 sub-categories (sub-shenxiao),making a 60-year cycle. Year and hour:Chinese zodiac signs are used to record years and hours. Sequence:The sequence of the 12 signs/animals is decided by a Great Race.Different versions:Each country has their own 12 signs of Chinese Zodiac/astrology. Three:3 countries share the same Chinese astrology signs:China,Japan,Korea.
There are 12 zodiac animals (in order) Rat Ox Tiger Rabit Dragon Snake Horse Goat Monkey Rooster Dog Pig
The order is: Rat Ox Tiger Hare Dragon Snake Horse Ram Monkey Rooster Dog Pig
It was origonally used as a calander. There were twelve years cycle on the calandar, and it was called the Lunar Calandar. To represent the Lunar calander, 12 animals were placed under each year. In order from the first year of the cycle to the last the animals are: Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Ram, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, and Boar. There is also a legend to go along with the zodiac, which you can easily find by lookign up "zodiac legend". The Japanese and Chinese zodiac legends are slightly differant, but the Chinese one is more known.
The 12 animals of the Chinese zodiac are the mouse, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, sheep, monkey, chicken, dog and pig. These 12 animals are lined in sequence and repeat every 12 years. So if you know the animal of a certain year, you can also figure out other years. For example, the animal of 2008 is mouse, so that of 2009 is ox.
Legends and mythology are a big part of Chinese culture, especially in relation to the Chinese Zodiac. The 12 animals that appear on the Chinese Zodiac calendar include a rat, buffalo (ox), tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, goat, monkey, rooster, dog and pig. It's an unusual combination of animals for sure, and their appearance on the Chinese Zodiac is the topic of countless legends and is deeply embedded in Chinese mythology. An unlikely gathering The most well-known of the Chinese zodiac legends states that Buddha invited the animals to participate in a race. The prize was a coveted position on the Chinese Zodiac calendar. The first 12 animals to cross the river would appear on the Chinese Zodiac calendar in the order in which they completed the race. The first animal to make it across the finish line according to Chinese Zodiac legends and mythology was the rat. It seems unlikely that such a small animal could win such a strenuous race, especially when one considers all the contenders. Chinese Zodiac legends and mythology explains that the rat used his brain rather than his brawn. It hitched a ride on what it perceived was the mightiest swimmer. Just before the buffalo reached the shore, the rat jumped off the buffalo's back and crossed the finish line before the buffalo, putting the rat in first place. The buffalo came in second and as promised in the legends and mythology, was the second animal listed on the Chinese Zodiac. The tiger, also being strong, came in third, followed by the rabbit that jumped his way across and was helped during the last stretch by the dragon. A snake hid in the hoof of the horse which is how it managed to make it across the river. At the last minute the snake jumped out and scared the horse into seventh place. The sheep, monkey and rooster helped one another across and earned their spots on the calendar as well. The dog made it too, but decided a bath was more important than the position which is why it came in eleventh. Finally, the pig appeared and is listed last. According to Chinese Zodiac legends and mythology, the pig feasted and rested half-way through the race, but made it across guaranteeing its position. A small gathering The history of the Chinese Zodiac weaves another intriguing tale. This one tells of an invitation to a grand feast. All the animals were invited to join Buddha at either a birthday celebration, a New Year celebration, or a celebration for his departure from this world. Only 12 animals showed up at the festivities and that's how they ended up being featured on the Chinese Zodiac calendar. Another of the legends of the Chinese Zodiac states that instead of Buddha, it was the Jade Emperor who invited the animals. Regardless of the specific version of Chinese Zodiac history to which you subscribe, the Chinese Zodiac has amazed and entertained people around the world for thousands of years.