Nimýric Calendar

The calendar goes back to Nimýron the Benevolent. It begins counting at the day of his birth.  
 

Structure

 

Year, Month & Weeks

  The Nimýric year has 348 days, based on the time Chryphóra needs to complete its orbit around Saphene. The months are based on the lunar cycle of Palia, which takes 25 days. Consequently, there are 14 months. Each month has 25 days, except for the first and eighth month which have 24. These months are further split into weeks of five days each.  

Naming

 

Months

 
NameMeaning
1Córélunthe month of ice
2Aolunthe month of snow
3Lahalunthe month of water
4Chychlunthe month of growth
5Chynlunthe month of budding
6Dapolunthe month of blooming
7Hémélunthe month of dancers
8Dyntélunthe month of warmth
9Miblunthe month of heat
10Uklunthe month of ripening
11Vésólunthe month of harvest
12Matcylunthe month of rest
13Roklunthe month of drying
14Murilunthe month of blue
 

Days Of The Week

 
NameMeaning
1Palidinóthe day of Palia
2Éidinóthe day of fire
3Lahadinóthe day of water
4Phódinóthe day of brass
5Saphedinóthe day of Saphene
Table of Contents
Used by
Nimýrité
Era before the beginning
Nyvé Nimýron - Before Nimýron
Era after the beginning
Pal Nimýron - After Nimýron
Days per year
348
Months per year
14
Average days per month
25
Days per week
5
Hours per day
30
Minutes per hour
60
Seconds per minute
60

Holidays

Nimýric New Year
Tradition / Ritual | Jun 10, 2021

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