Chinese Compatibility Horoscope for Combination of Ox and Rooster Zodiac Signs.
Ox Years of Birth: 1913, 1925, 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009, 2021
Rooster Years of Birth: 1921, 1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005, 2017, 2029
In the Chinese zodiac, the union between the signs of the Ox and the Rooster is generally a fruitful and beneficial one. Consulting the Chinese horoscope reveals two personalities who fit each other well without being too similar and rubbing each other the wrong way.
If you are an Ox, you are the solid, honest, dependable type. You probably can't remember the last time you told a lie, and none of your friends would be able to remember a time you lied either. You always finish everything you start, because you work steadily until you achieve a goal. Before you commit to a project you always think it through thoroughly, and you never have to make excuses at the last moment. This gives you a quiet confidence in your own methods and abilities.
Your abilities make you a natural leader, although you do not usually seek leadership roles, or attention of any kind. You lead by a quiet example, and inspire others to work harder simply by being yourself. Being completely honest yourself, you do not approve of deceit or mind games, although you sometimes may be vulnerable to them since dishonesty is simply not a part of your nature.
If you have fallen in love with a Rooster, it is no surprise. Roosters have the same discipline that you do and they bring it to every task they take on. A Rooster is always on time, even though her schedule is packed completely.
Roosters keep track of every penny, and you likely appreciate her sensible restraint. Roosters do like to dress well, but will never blow their budget on appearances.
Roosters are just as blunt and honest as Oxen. They do not see the point in lying or even sugar coating the truth. If they feel you are not measuring up, they will let you know in a straightforward and direct way. Roosters are quite optimistic and have big dreams, but they often accomplish them because of their work ethic and perfectionism.
A Rooster is a good fit for you because they have none of the qualities that turn you off in a mate. Rooster will never deceive you, and they work just as hard as you do. On the other hand, Roosters tend to make decisions quicker than you do, and may be able to teach you a thing or two about seizing opportunities before they pass you by!
Roosters are skilled in the art of rhetoric, both oral and written. They are dashing and don't mind having the stage to themselves, but they do need some steady support. This is a perfect role for you, as you prefer being backstage! The Rooster's optimism will also buoy you up when your pessimistic nature is in need of a good cheering up.
Overall, an Ox and a Rooster will get along very well together. Little compromise is needed, and the two of you will likely feel a perfect, natural fit. It is as though you were made for each other.