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Days of the week

Although most days of the week are assigned for work, a few also have other meanings in most Inner Sea region cultures.

  • Moonday: Generally a work day with some religions holding ceremonies at night.
  • Toilday: A work day.
  • Wealday: A work day.
  • Oathday: A work day on which it is often considered advantageous to sign contracts and oaths.
  • Fireday: A work day that is most often the market day.
  • Starday: A work day.
  • Sunday: Generally a day of rest and one devoted to religious observances.

    Months of the year

  • Abadius (ah-BAY-dee-us) 31 days The first month of the year, named in honor of Abadar.
  • Calistril (KAHL-izz-trihl) 28 days A late winter month named for Calistria, goddess of revenge.
  • Pharast (fah-RAHST) 31 days An early spring month named after Pharasma, the goddess of birth and death.
  • Gozran (GOHZ-ran) 30 days A stormy month named for the god of the wind, Gozreh.
  • Desnus (DEZ-nuhs) 31 days A mild month named for the goddess Desna.
  • Sarenith (sa-REHN-ihth) 30 days The sun goddess Sarenrae gives her name to this sun-blessed month.
  • Erastus (eh-RAS-tuhs) 31 days Named in honor of Erastil.
  • Arodus (AIR-oh-duhs) 31 days Although he is no longer widely worshiped, the summer month is named for the dead god Aroden.
  • Rova (ROH-va) 30 days The beginning of autumn is named after the violent god Rovagug. (Dwarves dispute naming a month after such a destructive and evil deity and instead name the ninth month Torawsh after their creator god, Torag.)
  • Lamashan (lah‑MAHSH‑ahn) 31 days Named for Lamashtu, the goddess of monsters.
  • Neth (NEHTH) 30 days Named for Nethys, the two-faced god of magic.
  • Kuthona (koo-THOH-nah) 31 days The shortest day of the year comes during the month named after the god of darkness, Zon-Kuthon.

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