MEASURE OF TIME CALENDAR [MoT]

Cervid Count

Jkel nu eknu [JIH-kehl | nu | sheh-KEE-nuh]

    The Measure of Time calendar is used by the Kdrilaal, Merton, gedqat, and Yretqt peoples. It divides the year into 8 months of 48 days and 6 intercalary days. The year starts on the southern winter solstice (SD 99). It counts the years from the begining of the Three Kingdoms period, making the current year 2197.

MONTH DAYS STANDARD DAY
START END
First Day [ul] 1 99
Gathering [Adrines] 48 100 147
Pruning [Salda] 48 148 195
1st Quarter Day [Srhu helk H] 1 196
Mowing [Kirekes] 48 197 244
Reaping [ikek] 48 245 292
Mid-Year Eve [Nalfel] 1 293
Mid-Year Day [Nalh] 1 294
Threshing [Fs] 48 295 342
Milling [Ksru] 48 343 390
3rd Quarter Day [Selfel helk H] 1 1
Ploughing [Kuil] 48 2 49
Sowing [Herh] 48 50 97
Last Day [Sirhf] 1 98

    Each month is divided into 4 weeks of 12 days (1st Week [Srhu-], 2nd Week [Nfel-], 3rd Week [Selfel-], 4th Week [fel-]). The days are named as shown below.

DAY # NAME 
1 1st Day [Ih]
2 2nd Day [Nh]
3 3rd Day [Selh]
4 4th Day [h]
5 5th Day [Guh]
6 6th Day [Rukh]
7 7th Day [h]
8 8th Day [Heh]
9 9th Day [Neleh]
10 10th Day [Jh]
11 11th Day [Jih]
12 12th Day [Jnh]