February 19 Zodiac: Sign, Personality Traits, Compatibility and More

Written by August Croft
Updated: June 29, 2023
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While astrology isn’t the end all, be all to learning about yourself, there’s a lot that you can glean about your personality, motivations, and more from this ancient practice. If you’re a February 19 zodiac sign, you likely understand the importance of astrology more than others. And that’s because you’re a Pisces! A mutable water sign full of psychic energy and dreamy ways of seeing our world, Pisces season happens from February 18 to March 19.

If your birthday occurs anytime during these dates, that means you are indeed a Pisces. But what’s it like being a Pisces born on February 19 specifically? That’s the question we’ll answer today using astrological practices and numerology. Plus, we’ll even give you a list of some fellow Pisces that share your birthday, just for fun! Let’s dive into this watery sign now.

Infographic of February 19 Zodiac
Those born on February 19 are adept at following their own intuition without worrying about what others will think.

February 19 Zodiac Sign: Pisces

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Both self-aware and outwardly empathetic, Pisces bring their emotional awareness into all of their relationships.

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There is a maturity as well as a youthfulness inside every Pisces sun because they understand the value of both equally. As the 12th and final sign of the zodiac, Pisces instinctually interpret our world, particularly the people in it, more than any other sign. This is because they carry all of the other lessons learned from every other sign on their shoulders. Their interpretation of the world is emotional, given their water-element connections. And their modality is mutable, making them adaptable and flexible to better assist mankind.

In many ways, Pisces is the most emotionally in-tune sign of the zodiac. While fellow water signs Scorpio and Cancer also understand our emotional world better than air, earth, or fire signs, Pisces take a water sign’s emotional processing one step further. Both self-aware and outwardly empathetic, Pisces bring their emotional awareness into all of their relationships. They are selfless individuals, though this can often get them tangled up in toxic situations.

But this is only skimming the surface of what it’s like to be a Pisces. To dive deeper into the waters of this final sign of the zodiac, we need to take a closer look at what rules a Pisces. And, as with all signs in astrology, planets rule Pisces. But which ones, and what bearing might they have on the Pisces personality?

Ruling Planets of a February 19 Zodiac: Neptune and Jupiter

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In many ways, Pisces are asked by their ruling planets to constantly expand, but inward rather than outward.

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Not all signs have two ruling planets, but Pisces is one of them! In traditional astrology, Pisces was long associated with boundless, bountiful, optimistic Jupiter. However, modern astrology prefers to associate the fishes with Neptune, a dreamy, changeable planet that rules our seas and waters. To get a full sense of the final sign of the zodiac, taking a look at the deeper meaning behind both of these planets is important.

Just like dual-ruled Aquarius (this sign’s planets are Saturn and Uranus), Pisces bear a complicated and somewhat conflicting point of view because of their planetary rulers. In a birth chart, Jupiter rules our capacities for learning, exploring, and expanding, both as individuals and as a generation. And Neptune rules our inner world, specifically our spirituality, mysteries, dreams, and fluidity as a society.

It’s no wonder that mutable, psychic Pisces calls both of these planets theirs! In many ways, Pisces are asked by their ruling planets to constantly expand, but inward rather than outward. The emotional, mysterious interior of the average Pisces is vast. Jupiter asks them to explore and seek answers to big questions. And Neptune asks them to meditate on these big questions so that they can better develop spiritually and emotionally.

A February 19th Pisces likely feels this deep and mysterious pull often in their life. They may feel like their awareness of their own emotional state as well as the emotions of others is heightened and broader compared to other sun signs. This can often exhaust the average Pisces. Thankfully, the optimistic Jupiter helps keep a Pisces from succumbing to the dark, wayward energy often associated with Neptune. 

February 19 Zodiac: Strengths, Weaknesses, and Personality of a Pisces

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While wise beyond their years, most Pisces suns are full of wonder and imagination

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Why are Pisces so empathetic if not to connect to others? In many ways, connecting and building bridges are primary motivators for this final sign of the zodiac. They have seen how every sign before them operates and navigates our world. Pisces know just how important compassion, love, and connecting with others are. They value emotional bonds more than many other things and it is very easy for them to make these bonds.

There’s so much that you don’t need to say to a Pisces. They are linked to the shadows of us, to the subconscious, to all of the things left unsaid. On a practical level, Pisces suns are adept at reading body language, rooms, and tones of voice. From an abstract perspective, it may seem as if Pisces utilizes Neptune’s dreamy, otherworldly energy to understand others before they even fully understand themselves.

In many ways, this is the biggest strength and weakness of a Pisces sun. They so desperately long to connect and empathize with others that they often neglect to say how they feel. At their worst, many Pisces just assume the people in their lives know exactly what they’re thinking and feeling at all times. However, this can easily get them into trouble, especially with more straightforward and practical signs.

While wise beyond their years, most Pisces suns are full of wonder and imagination (also thanks to Neptune). These creative fish are endlessly fascinated by life, using their creativity and huge hearts to experience all things as if for the first time, much like Aries. While Pisces may need to reel in their big heart so they aren’t taken advantage of, this compassionate sign makes a wonderful friend.

February 19 Zodiac: Numerological Significance

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Most Pisces prefer to keep their own emotions and thoughts to themselves so that they don’t trouble others with their needs.

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We’ve discussed what it’s like to be just any Pisces, but what about a Pisces specifically born on February 19th? For this answer, we turn to angel numbers and numerology for some insight. Adding up 1+9, we get 10, and then the number 1. For such a selfless zodiac sign, the number 1 is very important and valuable to have associated with a Pisces birthday. 

The average Pisces often loses themselves in the needs of others. A February 19th Pisces may be better about setting boundaries. This particular Pisces birthday may also be adept at following their own intuition without worrying about what others will think or say. This is a wonderful number for kind and mutable Pisces to have! It may make this particular fish a bit more authoritative as well as capable of leading others.

In numerology, the number 1 is all about the self. It is a number associated with great inner and outer strength, a confidence that radiates and demonstrates its power to others. Most Pisces prefer to keep their own emotions and thoughts to themselves so that they don’t trouble others with their needs. However, a February 19th Pisces may have a better grasp as to when their needs should be heard and when they should prioritize their own needs instead of others.

Career Paths for a February 19 Zodiac Sign

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Caretaking may be something that a Pisces will be naturally drawn to, but it’s important for this sign to not lose themselves in the needs of others.

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Given the inherent emotional depth found within each and every Pisces sun, this is a sign that will do well in a variety of compassionate careers. The almost psychic nature of this sign makes them wonderful psychologists, counselors, and teachers of all ages. As the final sign of the zodiac, Pisces understand how to teach others, but especially young people. Parenting and mentoring youth may be of particular interest to a Pisces.

There’s no denying the creativity and dreamy sides of a Pisces either. This is a sign that likely prioritizes the arts in many forms, including painting, music, and other forms of abstract creation. Plus, with their mutable modality, Pisces suns are adept at taking on many different types of projects or career paths throughout their life. 

Caretaking may be something that a Pisces will be naturally drawn to, but it’s important for this sign to not lose themselves in the needs of others. Given their connection to the number 1, a February 19th Pisces may be better about setting these important boundaries, making them adept nurses, nannies, caretakers, doulas, and so much more.

For this sign of the zodiac to find long-term success at work, it’s best for a Pisces to avoid high-energy or stressful jobs. While their neighboring sign Aries loves risky and active workplace environments, all Pisces suns do best when they can recharge and work in an environment that doesn’t overwhelm them!

February 19 Zodiac in Relationships and Love

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Not only are Pisces deeply invested and devoted lovers, but they are also incredibly capable of helping their partners succeed.

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In many ways, love and a deeply fulfilling relationship are the ultimate goals for a Pisces sun. This mutable, watery sign longs for companionship. Following every other sign on the astrological wheel, Pisces learn that love, in all of its forms, is one of the primary reasons for living. And it’s incredibly easy for this sign to love others. That’s why it’s incredibly easy for a Pisces to lose themselves when they do indeed find love.

Not only are Pisces deeply invested and devoted lovers, but they are also incredibly capable of helping their partners succeed. However, a Pisces in a relationship may all too easily neglect their own needs, opinions, and emotions in favor of helping their partner reach their truest self. Like Pisces’s opposite on the astrological wheel, Virgo, the fish understands how their loved one can expand and become so much more.

It’s important to help a Pisces prioritize themselves in a relationship. While a February 19th Pisces has a better grasp of their own needs thanks to the number 1, this birthday may still struggle with issues of codependency and may in fact be overly trusting of their partner. Encouraging your Pisces to pursue things beyond a relationship may be a good idea, no matter how loving and interested in you they might be!

Matches and Compatibility for a February 19th Pisces

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Pisces can most easily connect to fellow water signs Scorpio and Cancer.

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When considering a good match for a Pisces, we turn to the elements first. The signs belonging to the same element as you tend to speak the same language, in a way. Therefore, Pisces can most easily connect to fellow water signs Scorpio and Cancer. However, earth signs will help ground a Pisces in reality, air signs will further expand a Pisces’s psyche, and fire signs will usher more excitement into the life of this water sign.

No matter what, no signs of the zodiac are truly incompatible. However, with a February 19th birthday in mind, here are some matches that might last a bit longer than others for this Pisces!:

  • Virgo. As already mentioned, Virgos are Pisces’s opposite on the astrological wheel. This means that both Pisces and Virgo want the same things but go about these things completely differently. Also mutable but an earth sign, Virgos will always ensure that their Pisces is well-cared for, and vice versa!
  • Cancer. Watery and cardinal in modality, Cancers will notice just how psychic Pisces are almost immediately. The crab and the fish make a wonderful and classic match in the zodiac, though a February 19th Pisces may not appreciate the bossiness of the average Cancer. However, this is only a minor blip in an otherwise peaceful and fulfilling relationship, as both of these water signs readily nurture the other long-term.

Historical Figures and Celebrities Born on February 19th

From astronomers to political activists, Pisces season is full of important birthdays. Who else shares a February 19th birthday with you? Here is an incomplete list of some of the most famous people born on this date throughout history!:

  • Nicolaus Copernicus (astronomer)
  • Emánuel Moór (composer and inventor)
  • Bill Bowerman (coach and businessman)
  • Carson McCullers (author)
  • Andries Treurnicht (politician)
  • Smokey Robinson (singer)
  • Amy Tan (author)
  • Jeff Daniels (actor)
  • Jeffrey Robert Immelt (chairman of GE)
  • Helen Fielding (author)
  • Roger Goodell (NFL commissioner)
  • Seal (singer)
  • Hana Mandlikova (tennis player)
  • Benicio Del Toro (actor)
  •  Jeff Kinney (author)
  • Ashnikko (singer)
  • Millie Bobby Brown (actor)

Important Events That Occurred on February 19th

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In poetic Pisces season fashion, the Bollingen Prize has been awarded to multiple poets on this day throughout history.

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There are far too many important events that have happened on February 19th throughout history. But here are a few, just to give you an idea of Pisces seasons long past! As early as 1819, the South Shetland Islands were discovered on this date by William Smith. And, in 1878, Thomas Edison was officially granted his patent for the gramophone. Speaking of inventions, this date in 1906 is largely credited with the formation of the company that would eventually become Kellogg’s Cereal!

In poetic Pisces season fashion, the Bollingen Prize has been awarded to multiple poets on this day throughout history, including Ezra Pound, Robert Frost, Kenneth Koch, and Edgar Bowers. In 1985, cherry-flavored Coca-Cola was officially introduced around the world. And in 2007, the popular blogging website, Tumblr, was officially born on this day! No matter the event, February 19th remains a special day throughout our history.

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August Croft is a writer at A-Z Animals where their primary focus is on astrology, symbolism, and gardening. August has been writing a variety of content for over 4 years and holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Theater from Southern Oregon University, which they earned in 2014. They are currently working toward a professional certification in astrology and chart reading. A resident of Oregon, August enjoys playwriting, craft beer, and cooking seasonal recipes for their friends and high school sweetheart.

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