The Luratian Month

Due to our 299-day year and its division into 10 months, a Luratian month is 30 days long and is always the same: same days, same dates, month after month.

The days of our six-day week are Bisri, Misri, Kodri, Hodri, Nadri and Adri.
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Luratian monthly calendar

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If it’s the 10th, you always know it’s Hodri.

Bisri is our Monday. Adri is our Sunday.

Most cultures in the world call Nadri “half-day”, a day of half work or school and half rest or play.

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[This calendar was written with a kipper-ink pen on hand-made kipper paper, widely used in Bree, the village where I was born. what is kipper?]

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See also:

The Luratian year

The Luratian day

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