So, I just got this score in a game I play fairly regularly (yeah, like EVERY day!) at King.com ~
Doing the requisite Google Search turned up this reading at IndianHinduNames.com: (http://www.indianhindunames.com/character-nature-traits-lucky-number-5.htm)
Character, nature, personality of lucky number 5:
People with lucky Number 5 is usually very versatile, adventurous, and progressive. With a 5 lucky Number, they are one of those people who is always striving to find answers to the many questions that life poses.
They want to be totally unrestrained, as this is the sign of freedom and independence. (T)hey abhor routine and boring work, and they are not very good at staying with everyday tasks that must be finished on time.
They are, however, good communicators, and they know how to motivate people around them, perhaps inclining to be a teacher of some sort. A love of adventure may dominate their life. This may take the form of mental or physical manifestation, but in either case, they thrill to the chance for exploration and blazing new trails. (T)hey are apt to be multi-talented, but just as likely to suffer from some lack of direction, and there is often some confusion surrounding their ambition.
In the most negative application or use of the 5 energies, they could become very irresponsible in tasks and decisions concerning their home and business life. The total pursuit of sensation and adventure can result in their becoming self-indulgent and totally unaware of the feelings of those around them. In the worse case situations, negative 5’s are very undependable and self-serving.
On the average, the number 5 personality is rather happy-go-lucky; living for today, and not worrying too much about tomorrow. It is important for them to mix with like minded people, and try to avoid those that are too serious and demanding. It is also important for them to find a job that provides thought-provoking tasks rather than routine and redundant responsibilities. They do best dealing with people, but the important thing is that they have the freedom to express theirself (sic) at all times.