Meaning of Cancerian in English:

Cancerian

Translate Cancerian into Spanish

adjective

Astrology
  • Relating to the sign of Cancer.

    ‘my childhood best friend is Cancerian’
    • ‘he has inherited his mother's Cancerian traits’
    • ‘Most Cancerian houses are warm, cozy, cluttered, and filled with sentiment, like your heads.’
    • ‘But Jupiter's looking after you, so relax and enjoy the weekend's Cancerian moonlight at home with the folks.’
    • ‘Around their birthdays, Crabs can get, well, quintessentially Cancerian: sympathetic, kind and understanding as well as moody, paranoid and crabby.’
    • ‘This Cancerian week brings mood swings, from ecstatic highs to low down lows.’
    • ‘One of the strongest Cancerian traits, especially noticeable in children, is a remarkable memory.’

Pronunciation

Cancerian

/kanˈsɪərɪən/ /kanˈsɛːrɪən/

noun

Astrology
  • A person born under the sign of Cancer.

    ‘a Cancerian can be highly emotional and moody’
    • ‘Nothing brings out the fighting spirit of a Cancerian like the need to protect and secure the position of others.’
    • ‘I never believed that stuff about being a diffident, domesticated Cancerian who loves cooking.’
    • ‘Best times this week will be with Cancerians, who really appreciate antiques.’
    • ‘Cancerians can be worriers.’
    • ‘Like most Cancerians, I definitely hoard.’

Pronunciation

Cancerian

/kanˈsɪərɪən/ /kanˈsɛːrɪən/