The dingmao , or ting-Mao (Chinese traditional and simplified: zh-Hant 丁卯; Pinyin: dīngmǎo ) is the fourth element of the sexagesimal Cycle Chinese. It is preceded by the Dingmao and is followed by the Wuchen .
With the celestial Tige ding is associated the Yin and the element Feu, and with the terrestrial Branche Mao , the Yin, the element Bois, and the sign of the rabbit. In the symbolic system of the five elements, the dingmao thus corresponds to the “wood which gives rise to fire. ”
Years of the dingmaoThe transition towards the Gregorian calendar is done while multiplying by sixty and by adding Sept. are thus called year of the dingmao the years:
Month of the dingmaoThe month of the dingmao begin the day of the Jingzhe (“awakening of the hibernation” between the 5 and the March 7th) and finishes the day preceding the Qingming (“pure clearness” towards the April 5th) by the years to the celestial stems jia and ji , is every five years. Are for example “month of dingmao ”:
Day of the dingmaoThe following tables establish the correspondence between the Western calendars and the days of the dingmao . For example, in 2001 were day of the dingmao on January 4th, March 5th, May 4th, July 3rd, September 1st, October 31st and December 30th.
Hour of the dingmaoThe hours of the dingmao are:
- of 5 with 7 H of the morning, Beijing time (UTC +8) at the time of the days containing the celestial stems jia and ji .
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