Pereqaian Calendar

The calendar begins counting after the Treaty of the Tribes was signed.

Overview

Structure

Date Units

The Pereqaian calendar is based on the cyclic movements of Qentora, which takes 348 days to complete its orbit around the star Tadan'a, and of its moon Belen'a which has a lunar cycle of 25 days.   Accordingly, a Pereqaian year has 14 months. Each month has 25 days, except for the fourth and eleventh month which have 24. Furthermore, these months are equally split into five weeks.  
Unit Months Weeks Days
an'i 14 muide 70 tenide 348 oide
mui 1 mui 5 tenide 25 oide
teni 0.2 muide 1 teni 5 oide
oi 0.04 muide 0.2 tenide 1 oi

Daytime Units

Each day has 30 hours which are further split into 60 minutes. The latter are again split into 60 seconds.  
Unit Coarse Medium Fine
oi 30 vuzide 1,800 bèide 108,000 xofide
oi shoi 15 vuzide 900 bèide 54,600 xofide
vuzi 1 vuzi 60 bèide 3,600 xofide
bèi 0.017 vuzide 1 bèide 60 xofide
xofi 0.0003 vuzide 0.017 bèide 1 xofi

Naming

Months

NameMeaningDays
1Mu LilisiThe month of spring beginning25
2Mu NiseqònThe month of awakening25
3Mu OzideThe month of flowers25
4Mu SedùtThe month of light24
5Mu QòtveThe month of warmth25
6Mu PêtveThe month of heat25
7Mu SeshivèrThe month of golden grain25
8Mu LigofiThe month of fall beginning25
9Mu ShulòriThe month of harvest25
10Mu RenifiThe month of storage25
11Mu QùshveThe month of darkness24
12Mu NifhêqaThe month of freezing25
13Mu FêfumishThe month of calm snow25
14Mu ZêicenThe month of cold mud25

Days Of The Week

NameMeaning
1Oitadathe day of Tadan'a
2Oibelethe day of Belen'a
3Oisevdethe day of stars
4Oilèmithe day of rest
5Oiqaxidethe day of colors
Table of Contents
Used by
Pereqaiande
Era before the beginning
Fêd Gelòixo Zaxoxtib
- Before the Treaty of the Tribes
Era after the beginning
Tù Gelòixo Zaxoxtib
- After the Treaty of the Tribes
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

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Cover image: by Kathrin Janowski

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