The Luratian Day

A Luratian day is 20 hours. Each hour is divided into 100 minutes and each minute contains 100 seconds.

We measure and tell time on a decimal system. For example:

20.00 = our 12 midnight, the last hour, minute and second of a day cycle

00.01 = the first minute of the first hour of a new day

04.25 = quarter-past the 4th hour; daybreak

05.50 = half-past the 5th hour

10.00 = top of the 10th hour; our mid-day

15.72 = 15 hours and 72 minutes, roughly 3/4 past the 15th hour

18.10.20 = 18 hours, ten minutes and 20 seconds


Typical times of daily life activities on the Continent:

Sleep = 18.00 to 04.50

Breakfast = 05.00

Work = 06.50 to 12.50

School = 07.00 to 12.00

Lunch = 10.00

Dinner = 15.50

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See also:

The Luratian year

The Luratian month