Who Should Taurus Marry?

Are you wondering, who should Taurus marry?

There is, of course, no hard and fast answer to this question. Every Taurus is unique, as are all of the other zodiac signs. However, all Taurus natives share certain core characteristics and traits that make them more likely to match ideally with some star signs more than others.

Taurus is the sign best known for its earnest and stubborn nature, as well as for its love of luxury, romance and beauty. When it comes to love, Taurus is a romantic of the old-school variety; he or she usually wants a love story for the ages and will be satisfied with nothing less. But who is a Taurean’s ideal romantic partner, in the long run?

Zodiac signs are often most compatible with others of their own sign, or with signs that they have a fair amount in common with. But there are also times when an oddly matched pair of very different characters can make it work, and work beautifully.

Now, are you ready to discover which zodiac signs are most compatible with Taurus when it comes to marriage and long-term love?

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The makings of the Taurus zodiac sign

Understanding what makes Taurus Taurus is a prerequisite for understanding A) what Taurus is like as a spouse and b) what Taurus is looking for in a spouse. So, let us briefly go over the astrological factors that shape Taurus’ core personality traits.

Taurus is an Earth sign

Taurus is an Earth sign, which means that Taurus is very focused on the material world. This is neither a good or a bad thing, in and of itself. It simply means that Taurus loves the physical plane with all of it s beauty, sensation and possibility.

It also means that Taurus is extremely practical and hard-working. Earth signs tend to be doers rather than dreamers, and have little patience with those who are all words but no action.

Tarus is sensible, reliable and trustworthy. He or she is also likely to have a somewhat conservative temper and hold old-school values.

Taurus is a fixed sign

In addition to being an Earth sign, Taurus is also fixed. Fixed signs are the signs in the middle of the seasons, said to embody the very essence of their element. In other words, you could say that Taurus is the penultimate Earth sign.

Being fixed also means that Taurus is steadfast, reliable and stubborn. Taurus makes up his or her mind slowly, weighing every step carefully before taking it and every word before uttering it.

In other words, Taurus is deliberate and measured rather than spontaneous. In fact, the Taurus sun sign is known for its dislike for surprises and sudden changes – even when the surprises or the changes are good, Taurus tends to need some time to get used to a new idea.

Taurus is ruled by Venus

Taurus is ruled by the planet Venus – the planet of love and beauty.

Because of this, Taurus is drawn to aesthetics as well as to pleasure. Taurus is known to indulge, and to value beauty, art, music, wealth, and the pleasures of the senses above most other things in live.

Taurus cannot stand it when something isn’t beautiful, luxurious or abundant. From food to wine to sex, Taurus simply loves to indulge. And Taurus is never happier than when he or she can share pleasure with someone else.

Taurus is symbolized by the bull

The Taurus zodiac sign is symbolized by the image of the bull. The bull represents strength, dependability, loyalty and strength. Every Taurus you will ever come across is highly likely to possess this diad of wonderful qualties.

What Taurus is like as a spouse

Now that you have an underlying understanding of the Taurean personality, it is time for us to talk about what Taurus is like as a spouse.

Loyal

Taurus is the most loyal zodiac sign out of the lot of them. If you are looking for a romantic partner you can both trust and rely on, pick a Taurus.

Taurus is the kind of spouse that will never lie to, deceive or cheat on their spouse.

Because most Taureans prefer a lifelong marriage over a string of casual relationships, they are highly selective about the company they keep, and even more selective about who they sign a marriage contract with. The typical Taurus makes his or her selection of life partner slowly but surely.

Reliable

A Taurean spouse is a spouse you can rely on. He or she is quite literally going to be there through thick and thin, through sickness and health, for richer and for poorer.

Taureans tend to be emotionally stable and once they have sworn to take on a duty or to take care of someone, they will, till the end.

Old-fashioned

Taureans are, broadly speaking, quite old-fashioned in their values and preferences. This doesn’t mean that Taurean’s vote conservatively or are small-minded, but simply that they tend to make their life choices based on time-honred and proven ways of going about things.

The typical Taurean will prefer a traditional marriage over joining a polycule, a tailor-made outfit in a traditional cut over fast fashion, a traditional Sunday roast over the newest fad recipe.

Taureans generally care very little for trends, fads, and anything that isn’t here to stay.

Affectionate

Taurus is affectionate and loving. If a Taurus loves you, you will know, because he or she will tell you so, and will back the words up with action in a myriad different ways.

Taureans are very generous with those they love. Their love languages include gift giving, physical touch and acts of service to their partner.

Family-oriented

Taurus is one of the most family-oriented sun signs. Most Taureans will want children of their own – sometimes, many children of their own – but even when this is not the case, a Taurus will often be the family member to host lavish Christmas parties, birthdays and Sunday dinners.

Taureans are also known to take care of ailing or elderly relatives. If a Taurean has time or money in excess, he or she will gladly pour a lot of it into helping and nurturing his or her family.

What Taurus is looking for in a spouse

Now you have a good idea of what marrying a Taurus might be like. Here, in turn, are the traits and qualities that a Taurus is hoping to find in a husband or wife.

Loyalty

When in love, and certainly when married, Taurus is utterly devoted and loyal to his or her partner. They want and expect the same in return.

A Taurus simply cannot live with a cheating or deceptive spouse. He or she requires absolute loyalty and trust. As far as Taurus is concerned, there can be no love and no future in a romantic relationship if both spouses can’t completely trust each other.

Stability

While some Sun signs thrive on a bit of drama, Taurus is practically allergic to the very idea.

When it comes to a Taurus’ home life and romantic life, he or she wants absolute stability. Romance, as far as Taurus is concerned, should be built on an unbreakable foundation of trust and devotion. In such a relationship there is no place for games, deception or emotional manipulation of any kind.

Affection

Taurus craves a spouse that is loving, romantic and affectionate. From physical intimacy to small displays of affection, Taurus thrives with an affectionate spouse.

As an Earth sign, Taurus is very phycal, and wants a partner that he or she can feel physically free and uninhibited with.

By the same token, Taurus cannot stand a cold or emotionally distant partner.

Beauty

Venus-ruled Taurus is a sucker for beauty and pleasing aesthetics, and while it is definitely true that just about everyone is attracted to physical beauty, this may be doubly true for Taurus.

Taurus compatibility for marriage

It’s crunch time! Let us go over how compatible the different Sun signs are with Taurus as marriage partners.

Earth signs

We’re starting out strong with the Earth signs. Taurus compatibility is almost always highest with a fellow Earth sign.

The reason for this is simple. Two Earth signs will, almost inevitably, have a lot of values and priorities in common. This is particularly important when it comes to love and romance, as both Capricorn and Virgo tend to want the very things that Taurus wants in a marriage: Absolute trust, stability and security, and long-term future.

Taurus-Taurus compatibility is just about as good as it gets. Two Taureans are perfectly aligned in values and visions for the future.

The Taurus-Capricorn combo also has fantastic marriage potential. Here, the two will fan the fires of the other’s ambitions and plans.

Virgo-Taurus is another extremely viable match. Virgo is a little more flexible and open to new experiences than the other Earth signs, which could broaden Taurus’s horizons without making Taurus uncomfortable.

Air signs

An Air sign is usually going to be a poor choice as a spouse for Taurus. While Taurus is down to Earth, practical and consistent, an Air sign partner would be full of ideas, rebellious attitudes and a constantly shifting and changing perspective on life.

From a Taurean perspective, the Air signs tend to be flaky and rather unreliable, whether we are talking about them as business partners, friends or spouses.

Having said that, Taurus may certainly be attracted to an Air sign’s wit and charm. Taurus and Gemini have a fascination with each other, but are unlikely, perhaps even unable, to build a romantic future together. As for Aquarius and Libra, the situation is at least as dire.

Water signs

A Water sign can ofte make a good spouse for a Taurus. Water signs tend to be loyal, deep, nurturing and protective of those they love – these are all qualities that appeal very much to Taurus.

Taurus compatibility with both Cancer and Scorpio is high, as both of these signs are capable of building the kind of romantic, loving and lasting relationship that Taurus is after. Pisces is also highly compatible, but can be a bit too much of a dreamer to fit in with Taurus’ practical approach to life.

Fire signs

Taurus compatibility with the Fire signs is very hit-and-miss. While the Fire signs emody qualites that are very appealing to Taurus – qualities such as charisma, loyalty, bravery and creativity -, they can also be too explosive for peace-loving Taurus.

While Taurus wants a fascinating and creative spouse, he or she will shy away from a drama queen or someone with a highly explosive temper. This rules out a certain percentage of Fire sign natives.

Having said that, opposites attract and Taurus may find lasting love with a well-rounded Leo or Aries.

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Frequently asked questions

Who is a Taurus soulmate?

Taurus’s soulmate is typically another Earth sign. Earth signs share a natural affinity and respect for each other and are pre-destined to be on the same page about a lot of things.

A Taurus-Taurus couple is often a match made in Heaven, as is the pairing of Taurus with Capricorn or Taurus with Virgo. Other potential viable love matches for a Taurus are Scorpio and Cancer.

Who Will Taurus fall in love with?

When a Taurus falls in love, he or she falls hard.

Taurus is attracted to physical beauty, warmth, stability and security. The sun signs most likely to embody all of these qualities are fellow Earth signs, so a fellow Taurus, a Capricorn or a Virgo.

Having said that, Taurus can also be very attracted to the emotional intensity and loyalty of the Water signs.

What is a Taurus best mate?

All in all, Taurus’ ideal mate is frequently another Taurus.

Who should a Taurus avoid?

Taurus should generally avoid the Air signs as romantic partners.

If there are two zodiac signs that are incompatibly different in their outlooks on life, Taurus and Aquarius may be those signs.

Lucius Nothing

Lucius has been slinging tarot cards professionally since 2014. He’s taken the tarot to places most wouldn’t think of: His best-known patrons include Torture Garden, The Dark Circus Party, Handel & Hendrix, A Curious Invitation and The Candlelight Club, where he has been resident tarot reader for the past half-decade. His writing on divination, magic and creativity has been published in Sabbat Magazine and on Medium.

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