The Rabbit represents longevity and good luck and is one of the most likeable signs because Rabbit people are affectionate, agreeable, generous, and laid back. They avoid conflicts as much as possible and instead remain focused on more pleasant experiences. In fact, they may become so distracted having fun that they forget about their loved ones or other important responsibilities. They are usually quiet and often seek security in their relationships – their ideal partner is someone protective and strong, but also loving with a kind heart. Rabbits are often perceived as preferring the easy road due to their tendency to become easily distracted by more enjoyable activities. They are outgoing creatures, who are diplomatic by nature, and always polite to others – which makes them sometimes come across as being fake. They are, however, popular and loved by their friends and family. Many have a creative side making them great artisits.
The Tiger was closely followed by the clever Rabbit, who had crossed the river by quickly leaping from one floating log to another. He had almost fallen into the river, but his luck prevailed as he was just able to grab a floating branch which washed him close to shore. He nearly fell in the raging river again as he struggled to hop onto land, but suddenly and unexpectedly, a small gust of wind blew just at the right time to help the lucky Rabbit get ashore and once on dry land, he quickly hopped across the finish line into fourth place.
There are five elements that give the Rabbit specific characteristics and personality traits beyond its symbol of wealth. The most recent years of the Rabbit include 1903, 1915, 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999 and 2011. After 2019, the next two years we will be 2023 and 2035.
|Types||Years of Birth||Characteristics and Personality Traits|
|Mental Rabbit||1903, 1963, 2023||Ambitious, good planner, loves to help others, confident.|
|Water Rabbit||1915, 1975, 2035||Creative, visionary, philosophical, dreamer.|
|Fire Rabbit||1927, 1987||Passionate, sociable, happy.|
|Earth Rabbit||1939, 1999||Peace loving, laid-back, realistic.|
|Wood Rabbit||1951, 2011||Gentle, kind-hearted, artistic, nature lover.|
Queen Victoria (born May 24, 1819), Queen of Great Britain from June 20, 1837 until her death, and genius theoretical physicist Albert Einstein (born Mar 14, 1879). Other celebrities born in the year of the rabbit, including Roger Moore (born Oct 14, 1927), Tina Turner (born Nov 26, 1939), Michael Jordan (born Feb 17, 1963), Tiger Woods (born Dec 30, 1975), Lionel Messi (born Jun 24, 1987).
The Qianlong Emperor (born Sept 25, 1711) was the sixth emperor of the Manchu-led Qing dynasty and the one of longest-reigning de facto rulers in the history of the world. Mi Fu (born 1051) was a Chinese painter, poet, and calligrapher during the Song Dynasty. He became known for his style of painting misty landscapes. He was regarded as one of the four greatest calligraphers of the Song Dynasty.
Chen Duxiu (born Sept 9, 1879) was a Chinese revolutionary socialist, educator, philosopher, and author who co-founded the Chinese Communist Party in 1921.
Tao Xingzhi (born 1891) was a renowned Chinese educator and reformer in the Republic of China. He devoted his life to promoting mass education in China, especially education in rural areas in the first half of the 20th century.
Liu Cixin (born June 23, 1963) is a Chinese science fiction writer. He is the winner of the 2015 Hugo Award for “The Three-Body Problem”.
Pan Shiyi (born Nov 14, 1963) is a Chinese businessman and the Chairman of SOHO China. He co-founded SOHO China with his wife Zhang Xin in 1995.
Intuitive, smart, alert, quick, skillful, patient, compassionate, amiable, gentle, kind, empathic, friendly, sociable, diplomatic, modest.
People born under the Rabbit zodiac sign are very friendly, well-mannered, and gentle individuals. They are among the most likeable people of the zodiac – preferring peace and harmony to violence and conflict. They will try to find solutions to problems through compromise and negotiation and it’s hard to get them angry. They are easygoing and always there to help or offer advice. They can be generous to a fault – a Rabbit would give away his or her last penny to someone in true need. Rabbits are born diplomats – they have tremendous communication skills and are excellent negotiators who can easily connect people or help opposing parties make peace. The Rabbit can also speak eloquently and knowledgably about many things. Their interests are wide-ranging and global. Rabbits can be very successful as long as they keep their fears in check.
Anxious, fearful, hesitant, superficial, lazy, touchy, overly-discreet, timid.
On the negative side, Rabbits can be overly sentimental and delicate. Since they're creatures of comfort, when things get too uncomfortable or challenging, they'll choose to remove the disturbance by walking away instead of confronting and fixing the issue. They get anxious if forced to take risks. They dislike confrontation, instead preferring a peaceful, comfortable life. This means they rarely reveal what they're truly feeling in order to avoid conflict and disagreement. They also dislike change or new things – overly fearful of what they don’t know.
Rabbits are tender, caring, generous, and faithful lovers. They are very sexual and tend to give more of themselves than they should. Rabbits are easy going and they are often close friends with someone before they start a romantic relationship. They have difficulties sharing their true feelings with others and as a result, they can end up overlooked or misunderstood by others, including their own partners. They are skilled at making everyone around them happy. The only reason for conflict in a Rabbit relationship would be a sudden change or unpredictable behavior.
Being true to his namesake, a Rabbit man enjoys having multiple romantic interests. Using his charm, a Rabbit man approaches love as an extended practice session until he finds the ideal mate. Often taking longer than usual, a Rabbit man usually settles down eventually with one partner. When a Rabbit becomes a father, he teaches everything he knows to his children. Rabbit men love to share a home with a partner who takes care of them, keeps life peaceful, and doesn’t fuss over every detail. Creating conflicts often make them run away. Easily wounded, if a Rabbit man’s relationship ends, he will stay alone for a while before seeking another partner.
Rabbit women make ideal marriage partners as they have a natural gift for multi-tasking at home: taking care of children, creating harmony and beauty in the house, and preparing meals. They are great at taking care of everyone, but they need attention and love showered on them too. Because a Rabbit has a hard time taking good care of herself, attracting a partner is not always easy for her and generally will not happen early in her life. The ideal partner for a Rabbit woman is someone who listens to her and loves spending time with her. If she is given the proper emotional support, she will be loyal and supportive for the rest of her life.
The Pig is attracted by the Rabbit's intelligence and ability to negotiate their way out of trouble. The diplomatic Rabbit will be grateful to have a respectful, devoted, and loving partner in the Pig. These two signs can be very happy together because they accept each other's flaws and while they understand that conflicts are inevitable in a relationship, they both dislike confrontation and work hard to avoid it – making life quite peaceful.
The Rabbit appreciates the Sheep's kindness and considers her/him trustworthy and dependable enough to make important decisions for the both of them. Both signs like order, peace, balance, and harmony in their lives and can support each other during tough times. They are also romantic and affectionate, so they will complement each other’s affection.
Both signs relish a supportive relationship and even though they have different personalities, one partner's positive characteristics complements the other partner's flaws. The Rabbit relishes the power and protection of the Dragon and takes comfort in knowing that the Dragon will be a great provider and that nothing will be able to hurt it. The Dragon enjoys being with someone who readily acknowledges its power, talent, and intelligence and enjoys being the protector in the relationship. The Dragon also loves the easy-going, flexible nature of the Rabbit and both can be affectionate and loving in their own way.
The Rat can be possessive and jealous which are qualities the Rabbit doesn’t usually like. The Rabbit is usually passive and may not put enough effort into the relationship to make it work out long term, especially since the highly sociable Rat also may not put enough effort into the relationship. The Rabbit is gentle, timid, and prefers to stay at home, while the Rat is (again) quite sociable and enjoys being around many people and out in public. They do, however, both like to spend time with their family and they both set realistic goals in life.
The Rabbit is sensitive, gentle, quiet, and the Tiger is loud, daring, and can't stand people who get emotional. The Rabbit doesn't appreciate the Tiger's spontaneity and unpredictability, as the Rabbit likes routine and certainty. The Tiger can get frustrated by the Rabbit’s inability to make quick decisions or do things on the spur of the moment, and the Tiger doesn’t enjoy spending so much time at home, which the Rabbit adores. However, the Rabbit will let the Tiger (who likes to be in charge) be the more dominant partner in the relationship.
The Rabbit is conservative and sensitive, and the Horse is hasty and fickle, so both signs may find each other intolerable. Neither of them may take the time and effort to make their relationship work. Even though the Horse is dedicated, caring, and capable of providing for the family, he/she will often get annoyed if the Rabbit puts all the responsibility entirely on him/her.
|1. Numbers||Three, four and nine||One, seven and eight|
|2. Colors||Red, pink, purple and blue||Dark brown, dark yellow and white|
|3. Flowers||Snapdragon, Plantain Lily, Nerve Plant||No unlucky flowers|
|4. Directions||East, Southeast, South||No unlucky directions|
|5. Element||Wood||No unlucky element|
|6. Season||Spring||No unlucky season|
|7. Gemstone||Pearl||No unlucky gemstone|
Due to their gentle, caring nature and their attention to detail, Rabbits excel in academia or professions that require having to deal with people (law, public relations, or counseling). Rabbits work carefully and will rarely make a decision without having all the information. They know their limits and even though many find this boring, a Rabbit's steady focus and practical pace allow them to achieve more than others who have unrealistic expectations and high ideals. They are very responsible and devoted to their jobs. They are good in professions involved with diplomatic work as they are skilled and reducing conflict.
Good career choices: Doctor, nurse, publisher, translator, librarian, fashion designers, writers, teacher, public relations officers, writer, artist, counselor/therapist, lawyer.
Because Rabbits don't get visibly upset or stressed due to keeping their feelings to themselves, they can become sick, anxious, and depressed from not more adequately dealing with their feelings. They need to express their feelings better and exercise regularly, eat a healthy diet, and incorporate relaxation techniques into their life, like Yoga.
This will be a year of happiness. With good news from all directions, you won’t be able stop smiling. With others also experiencing good luck, people will help you with your career and love-life. You may run into a few small issues come autumn, but if you listen to the advice of people around you, all your problems will be resolved.
You have the potential to make big changes for yourself and be noticed by those in higher positions. However, the Rabbit must be careful not to get too content or be too stubborn in trying to make everything perfect. It is your alertness and willingness to improve, advance, and succeed that will help you increase your productivity. Consider turning to senior members of your life as you will gain the most valuable information from them.
While the Rabbit may feel empowered by the good fortune in the other areas of their life, they should approach matters of finance and money with more caution. This may not be a good year for you to make riskier investments. Don’t feel the need to rush to get rich – things will happen over time – so avoid being too reckless or impractical. Instead, enjoy what you already have. Do not make financial promises to others but consider seeking advice on how to better save.
Single Rabbits will find many unexpected but welcomed opportunities to meet someone new. Married Rabbits should enjoy this time by improving their relationship with their partner. However, you can also feel smothered if you’re not careful, so make sure to set boundaries. Physical intimacy is important this year. Therefore, it will be beneficial to spend quality time with your partner.
Rabbit’s wedding in 2019: The Year of the Pig 2019 is great for Rabbits who want to get married. This is a lucky year for love.
Is 2019 a good year to have a child for a Rabbit parent? Yes! Having a child born during the year of the Pig 2019 is ideal for a Rabbit, on the sole condition that his partner is not a Snake in which case it is better to wait until the following year.
A Rabbit’s health may be more delicate this year and more time needs to be spent on health matters. Stress and emotional health are the most important as it could affect your work. Thus, it is important that the Rabbit finds other outlets to release tension and express themselves creatively. Be vigilant about your health, especially about your diet. You may be prone to overindulging in the year of the Pig so be cautious.
1. January 2019 will be a hectic work month, but it will all be worth it.
2. February 2019 will be excellent for career and business-related decisions.
3. March 2019 is when you need to be more cautious – problems may be lurking if you’re not.
4. April 2019 will be a calm, uneventful month.
5. May 2019 things will start turning in your favor – a great month for love.
6. June 2019 is when you need to take the world head-on. You will receive help when least expected.
7. July 2019 is when you need to be more careful of your health and finances.
8. August 2019 is the month to spend more time with family, romantic partners, and colleagues.
9. September 2019 asks you to go slow and not make hasty decisions.
10. October 2019 will be a great month full of good health and good fortune.
11. November 2019 is a when you may experience some health problems.
12. December 2019 will be another lucky month and wonderful for love.