Gender Masculine & Feminine
Other Forms FormsSuzaku (Japanese) Jujak (Korean)
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Meaning & History
Zhū-Què is a Xiang (象) one of the four Symbols that include all the constellations of Chinese System. Zhū-Què is known as Vermillion Bird of the South and is a pheasant with a multicolour piumage covered by flames. It is a mythological spirit creature linked with the power of fire, the south, the back, the summer.