Aries, the first sign of the zodiac, the cardinal fire sign, and Sagittarius are trine, or four signs apart, setting the stage for one of the most natural, pleasurable, well-matched pairings in the zodiac.
Taurus, the fixed earth sign, and Sagittarius are quincunx, or five signs apart, which is an awkward angle that can lead to, at best, confusion and, at worst, discord.
We love to say that opposites attract, and they do, especially when it comes to this naturally free-spirited, adventure-loving pair.
Sagittarius, the ninth sign of the zodiac and the mutable fire sign, is quincunx, or five signs apart from Cancer, which speaks to an awkward match.
Leo, the fifth sign of the zodiac and the fixed fire sign, is trine, or four signs apart from Sag, making for a natural, easygoing, and symbiotic match.
Virgo, the sixth sign of the zodiac and the mutable earth sign, is square, or three signs apart from Sag, setting up a challenging relationship that could require a good deal of work and patience.
Sagittarius is sextile, or two signs apart from Libra — the cardinal air sign ruled by beauty-loving Venus — laying the groundwork for a friendly, easygoing connection
The intense fixed water sign, Scorpio, is semisextile, or one sign apart, from Sag, which generally makes for an awkward connection.
Get two Sagittarians together; they better have up-to-date passports and plenty of disposable income for travel. Similarly adventurous
Capricorn, the tenth sign of the zodiac and the cardinal earth sign, is semisextile, or one sign apart from Sag, which can make for slight rockiness.
Aquarius, the eleventh sign of the zodiac, and the fixed air sign is sextile, or two signs apart from Sagittarius, which makes for a friendly, organic connection.
Pisces, the twelfth sign of the zodiac and mutable water sign, is square, or three signs apart from Sag, which is a tense angle that might necessitate work in the relationship.