The Dragon zodiac personality & meaning

The Dragon Zodiac Personality & Meaning. Noble animal symbol of the Chinese emperors. Born leaders and masters of ... Read now only at!

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The Dragon Zodiac Sign

Dragon motto is
'I reign'

Basic Astrology Elements

  • Character & Symbol: 龙/龍, lóng (辰)
  • The Five Elements: Wood
  • Yin Yang: Yang
  • Lunar Month: Third
  • Lucky Numbers: 1, 6, 7; Avoid: 3, 8, 9
  • Lucky Flowers: bleeding-heart vine, larkspur
  • Lucky Colors: gold, silver, yellow; Avoid: blue, green
  • Season: Spring
  • Closest Western Zodiac: Aries

Years And The Five Elements People born within these date ranges can be said to have been born in the "Year of the Dragon", while also bearing the following elemental sign: The following is also a chart of the dates of the Gregorian calendar, of those born in the year of the Dragon.

Start dateEnd dateElement
22 January 19289 February 1929Earth Dragon
8 February 194026 January 1941Metal Dragon
27 January 195213 February 1953Water Dragon
13 February 19641 February 1965Wood Dragon
31 January 197617 February 1977Fire Dragon
17 February 19885 February 1989Earth Dragon
5 February 200023 January 2001Metal Dragon
23 January 20129 February 2013Water Dragon
10 February 202428 January 2025Wood Dragon
28 January 203614 February 2037Fire Dragon

Personality of the Dragon

Chinese Astrology: The Dragon

In Chinese Astrology being born during a certain year will make you born unto a sign of an animal. The Dragon is born under the years, starting with 1904, 1916, 1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, and ending with the year 2000.

The Dragon is the most powerful sign in Chinese Astrology. It has so much power because of the characteristics it is born with. The Dragon is a very giving person. They give almost too much. Giving advice is a Dragon’s cup of tea. Thinking they have a lot of knowledge leads them to give advice freely. Although in a lot of cases, the Dragon's advice should be taken with a grain of salt. Being patient is of their nature, and they are very smart people, so advice goes along well with them. Popularity is a big part of a Dragon’s life. The center of attention is usually where you will find a person born under this sign. They can easily influence others with their antics.

Being a natural leader, the Dragon is a good motivator to all people. The Dragon is they type of person that will be waiting for opportunity to knock. Intelligence runs within the Dragon as well. They can excel in business as well as school. With this gift they have the potential to achieve a great wealth. A Dragon enjoys giving orders, which would indicate they would be a great boss in a place of work. Although, Dragons need to learn to better balance things in their life. Concentrating too much on one project and not expanding their horizons could be hurtful to them. They are also sore losers. Also tenacious at time, they can be the type of person to get on your nerves.

The most compatible relationship with a Dragon would be the Rat or the Monkey. Both the Rat and the Monkey need someone to take charge in their lives and the Dragon is good at taking charge. They like order and can achieve this through organization.

Chinese Zodiac Dragon Compatibility

Sign: Dragon
Best Match: Dragon, Monkey, Rat
Average Match: Snake, Rooster, Ox, Pig, Rabbit, Goat, Tiger, Horse
No Match: Dog

Magnificent Dragon
The awesome demeanor of Dragons leaves no doubt as to how vibrant, magnanimous, charismatic, principled, self-sufficient, discriminating, compelling, thrilling, accomplished, good-hearted, healthy and prodigiously shrewd this noble creature can be.

Flame Thrower!
But one tiny glimpse of the Dragon's scaly underbelly gives us a less enchanting image of our mythical hero. In their worst moments Dragons can become bombastic, dissatisfied, ruthless, demanding, opinionated, mawkishly sentimental, egocentric, defensive, power-mad, foolhardy, willful and pompous.

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