Chinese Astrology

The Ox

the Ox

Year of the Ox

Ox is the second in the 12-year cycle of Chinese zodiac sign. Years of the Ox include 1913, 1925, 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009, 2021, 2033…

Oxen used to be capable farming tools in agricultural society, which attach to the symbol of diligence, persistence and honesty. People born in the Year of Ox are probably tardy in action, but productive and cautious. Most of them are conservative and hold their faith firmly.

Earthly Branch of Birth Year: Chou
Wu Xing (The Five Elements): Tu (Earth)
Yin Yang: Yin

Personality of the Ox

Ranking second in Chinese zodiacal signs, the Ox is huge. People often use it to indicate something big in size or number. People born in the Year of Ox bear persistent, simple, honest, and straightforward characteristics. They are talent leaders with strong faith, and strong devotion to work. They are contemplative before taking actions, not easily affected by the surroundings but just follow their concept and ability. Being conservative with a lack of wit in speaking, they usually look silent and sometimes stubborn in their old ways.

honest, productive, patient, cautious, level-headed, strong-willed, persistent
obstinate, inarticulate, prudish, distant

Love Compatibility of the Ox

Best Matches: Rat, Snake, Rooster
They are quite compatible, deeply attracted by each other. They are both responsible, willing to share the family duty. Besides, loyalty and faith are the key factors to their happy marriage.
Bad Matches: Tiger, Dragon, Horse, Sheep
They will stick on their own opinions and ideas, and they both can hardly give in. They don’t get used to forgiveness, and squabbles lead to their relationship reaction.

ox love

Jobs & Careers

Best Jobs: Lawyer, doctor, teacher, technician, politician, office clerk, consultant…
Best Working Partners: Rat, Rooster, Snake
Best Age to Start a Business: 30 – 40
Best Career Field: Building Material Field

Ox's Personality by Western Astrology Signs

Kind-hearted Aries, persistent Taurus, prudent Gemini, self-disciplined Cancer, dominant Leo, conservative Virgo, respectable Libra, passionate Scorpio, energetic Sagittarius, hesitant Capricorn, humorous Aquarius, sensitive Pisces…

Ox's Personality by Blood Types

Blood Type O: They are bright and frank, which makes them to be reliable partners. Uprightness and kindness make them popular.
Blood Type A: They are cautious and careful in work, and they can be good advisors.
Blood Type B: They are highly-esteemed, and they are always the one that come up with novelty ideas in a group.
Blood Type AB: They are strong-minded, and will not easily be defeated by any difficulties.


Which Type of 'Ox' Are You?

Chinese zodiac is closely related to the Five Elements. Ox people born in different years have different elements, thus corresponding personality and destiny.

TypesYears of BirthPersonality Traits
Wood Ox1925, 1985Brave, selfless, upright and outspoken.
Fire Ox1937, 1997Clever but lacking one’s own judgement, short-sighted, narrow-minded.
Earth Ox1949, 2009Smart, confident and resolute; hard to have high opinion of others.
Metal Ox1961, 2021Busy and active, with good interpersonal relations.
Water Ox1913, 1973Hardworking and diligent, holding a strong feeling for justice.

Celebrities Born with Chinese Zodiac Ox

Napoleon Bonaparte, Barack Obama, Richard Nixon, Vincent Van Gogh, Walt Disney, Heinz Christian Andersen, Rosa Parks, Charlie Chaplin, Vivien Leigh, Meg Ryan, George Clooney, Neve Campbell, Tori Spelling, Zac Hanson, Jack Nicholson, Kate Beckinsale, Clark Gable, Richard Burton, Paul Newman, Wayne Gretzky, Anthony Hopkins, Lily Allen, Eva Amurri, Ciara, Kiera Knightley, Ashley Tisdale, Haylie Duff, Cristiano Ronaldo, Vincent Thomas Lombardi, Li Bai (a famous Chinese poet in the Tang Dynasty 618 – 907), Liu Bei (King of Shu in China’s Three Kingdoms Period 220 – 280)

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