Updated: Oct 14, 2022
People born in the year of the Snake include 1917, 1929, 1941, 1953, 1965, 1977, 1989, 2001, 2013, 2025, 2037.
What are the Snakes traits?
Snakes are one of the more mysterious animals in the Chinese zodiac. They're very charming, have an alluring personality and are very good at controlling others.
Snakes adore themselves and are relentless in their pursuit of self-promotion, they'd never let you see that though, they're far too clever at concealing that trait. They're hard working and tend to succeed in life.
What are the different types of Snake in the Chinese zodiac?
Metal Snake - ruthless, charming and determined to succeed
Water Snake - old school, understated and family oriented
Wood Snake - ambitious, sociable and alluring
Fire Snake - mysterious, difficult to fathom and powerful
Earth Snake - laid back, calm and collected
Who are Snakes most compatible with?
According to Chinese zodiac, people born in the Year of the Snake are compatible with the Ox, Dragon and Rooster. The Snake and the Dragon have a shared interest in business as they are both very smart. The Snake and the Ox have a deep understanding of one another and. They respect each other and will always be supportive of their goals. Both the Snake and the Rooster are ambitious which is beneficial for a longstanding relationship.
Who are Snakes least compatible with?
Their nemesis is the Pig as their personalities tend to clash. Snakes are bold and quite ruthless, in direct contrast to Pigs who are sensitive, fragile and insecure. These two animals rarely see eye to eye, which can result in arguments.
The 12 animals in the Chinese zodiac:
Rat - tenacious, clever and good at problem solving
Ox - tough, patient and methodical
Tiger - Unpredictable confident and charming
Hare - kind, virtuous and worrisome
Dragon - magnetically social and love performing
Snake - intelligent, wise and alluring
Horse - independent, a free soul and energetic
Goat - gentle, kind-hearted and sensitive
Monkey - intelligent, witty and strong-willed
Rooster - deep-thinking, vain and ambitious
Dog - reliable, loyal and faithful
Pig - honest, genuine and friendly