Personality & Temper of the Chinese Zodiac Ox

The Ox is the 2nd animal of the classic Chinese zodiac. In recent years, the year of the ox were 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, and 2009. Their lucky numbers are 1 and 4, and their lucky flowers are the tulip and the sacred Lily.

People born in the year of the ox are known for their determination, strength, dependability and diligence. Containing an honest nature, Ox’s are very patriotic towards their country. They have high ambitions for their life. The two most important things to an ox are family and then work.

Ladies with the ox zodiac sign typically make good wives who will find great purpose in providing her children a good education.

If Oxen are consistent and try, they will achieve their goals and advance in life, they also have great patience when required. Oxen won’t be influenced by other people or things, and will always do things that match their own ideas and abilities. They will have outlined plans ready before taking action. Oxen have physical strength and strong faith, which will guide them towards success.

People possessing the sign of the ox generally have bad communication skills. They struggle when talking to others and often deem it unnecessary to share ideas with others. Oxen’s are extremely stubborn and will not change their ways.

If you are born in the year of the ox, you can expect a long, healthy life with minimal illness. However they are prone to intestinal problems due to them forgetting to eat their meals when working hard. For an oxen to work efficiently, he will need to get plenty of sleep and a consistent diet. Because of their stubbornness, they find it easier to deal with stress and tense situations.

The ox is the symbol of hard work and you can bet that they will work hard at everything they do, while having a serious outlook on what needs to be done. With their good work ethic and good eye for detail they make good mechanics, painters, farmers, interior designers, politicians and carpenters.

Oxen’s are generally bad at communicating, so they don’t get much social interaction. They would prefer to stay at home on their own then going out and participating in a social activity. However, they do treat the friends they do have with sincerity and respect.

Oxen’s are known to have long term love relationships as frequent changes makes them uncomfortable. They are compatible with rats, snakes and roosters. Oxen’s should avoid Dragons, horses, goat’s dogs and rabbits when it comes to love.