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
12A on the Cz means 12 animals on the chinese zodiac
they symbolize the 12 months of the year
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.)
All of them except Dragon which exists only in legend.
Chinese Zodiac - film - was created on 2012-12-20.
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.
It means rooster... What don't you understand? On the other hand if you're looking for the Chinese word it's: 公鸡/Gōngjī.
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
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.
As the Chinese story goes, the rat tricked the cat into missing a banquet with the Jade Emperor, resulting in the cat not being included in the zodiac. This was also apparently the beginning of the natural hatred between cats and rats.However the truth of it is because when the Chinese zodiac was drawn up, domesticated cats were not very popular in China. It was rare to see a domesticated cat in a household. The people who created the zodiac simply didn't think of cats because they were very insignificant to the Chinese culture at the time.You can read more here (click).