Chinese Compatibility Horoscope for Combination of Rooster and Ox Zodiac Signs.
Rooster Years of Birth: 1921, 1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005, 2017, 2029
Ox Years of Birth: 1913, 1925, 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009, 2021
The union between the people born under the Chinese zodiac signs of the Rooster and the Ox is generally cooperative and stable. Reading the Chinese horoscope reveals two people who complement each other well, but they are not so similar that they get on each other's nerves.
If you are a Rooster, you have a lot of discipline and restraint. Many people admire the organization you keep in your life. You are always on time for every meeting or appointment, even though your schedule is packed. You never lose track of a single penny, because your finances are just as in order as the rest of your life. Despite the fact that you love to dress well, you never spend too much money on clothing.
You are quite blunt and honest. You feel as though lying, or even trying to phrase the truth in a subtle way, is simply a waste of time and has not point. If you feel like someone is not performing a task the way she should, you will let her know in a very direct way. Sensitive people will sometimes take offense at your manner. You do have creative and optimistic dreams, but you work hard enough to make them a reality.
You are quick witted and well spoken. Rarely do you miss an opportunity, and you are good at convincing others of your way of thinking. You need a dependable partner who won't keep you waiting or let you down.
The steady Ox fits this description very well.
Oxen are, above all, honest and dependable. You will never hear them tell a lie. An Ox will always finish everything she starts, and she will work steadily at any task she takes on until it is complete. She prefers to think things through, make a plan, and then stick to it. Oxen do not take well to people who suggest they change their plans, and you admire this ability to stick to a schedule.
An Ox is a natural leader, although she does not seek attention or leadership roles. Oxen love to play a supporting role, and they lead by a quiet example of hard work and dedication. An Ox will appreciate your intelligence, organization, and even your blunt, outspoken ways. Just be prepared for her to be equally honest with you! An Ox may need you to watch out for her-since she is so honest, she is vulnerable to being manipulated by those who are less honest.
An Ox makes a very pleasing partner for you. Once she agrees to something, she will make sure it gets done, no matter what. You may sometimes feel like she is slow to seize opportunities, but she needs time to consider the consequences before jumping in. As long as you make sure to tell her how much you love her as often as you point out her flaws (something you are prone to doing) she will feel appreciated.
The two of you do not need much compromise to make this union a success.