--- DIVISION OF TIME ---
--- DIVISION OF MONTHS ---
The year is divided into nine periods - two iterations of each period, bisected by the vesh period.
--- ITERATION SUFFIXES ---
The period of vesh is the center of the year. The names repeat outward from the center. The second iteration is ended by ‘kk’a and has to be asserted in historical chronology, otherwise one is implied.
Each ‘k’ iterates which generation that period is within the year. Meaning that the first Darluk’tur has an implied suffix of ‘k. After the second k comes an ‘a.
--- DAYS PER PERIOD ---
60.833333333 days would fall into each period if they were evenly divided; but they are not.
Both of the Darluk’tur periods give one half of their days to the vesh period.
Both of the Darluk’iol periods give one half of their days to the vesh’tol periods respectively.
Darluk’ool loses no days.
(16 of our hours in one of their days. 547.5 days/year.) in synchrony with the solar eclipse.
Darluk’tur = 30.416666666 days
Darluk’iol = 30.416666666 days
Darluk’ool = 60.833333333 days
vesh’tol = 91.250000000 days
vesh = 121.66666666 days
vesh’tol’kk’a = 91.250000000 days
Darluk’ool’kk’a = 60.833333333 days
Darluk’iol’kk’a = 30.416666666 days
Darluk’tur’kk’a = 30.416666666 days
--- NON-ITERATIVE COUNTING SYSTEM ---
Because it would be inefficient to use the chronological counting of ‘kk’akk, continuing indefinitely, a counting system specifically for non-heiarchal counting (mathematics, days, ages) was devised.
Rol, Rys, Srol, Srys, hys, Srysk, Srolk, Rysk, Rolk, Olk’ol.
After Olk’ol, they repeat, but the word that’s the equivalent of ‘multiplied by’ is put between ‘olk’ol’ and it’s suffix. If it’s in the first olk’ol bracket, the ‘Rol il’ can be implied.
After 99 or rolk-il-Olk’ol, the counting system changes. What would have been olk’ol-il-olk’ol turns into venili.
After 999, Arutol is used, in the stead of what would have been Olk’ol-il-venili.
Rol-il-olk’ol rol = 11.
Olk’ol rol = 11.
Rys-il-olk’ol srol = 23.
rolk-il-olk’ol rolk = 99.
Venili srol = 103.
Venili hys-il-olk’ol srysk = 156
Rys-il-arutol olk’ol rolk = 2019
i may have botched some of the examples above
--- WHICH SYSTEM FOR A PERSON'S AGE? ---
because the same ‘kk’a system is used for generational heredity (in place of ‘the second’ or ‘the fifth’), an entirely separate counting system is used for counting the age in birthdays. While a person in modern-day society might just say it’s their thirty-fourth nameday (“I’m 34”), specific words exist in 'inos' (if i decide to call it that) society solely for ages in years. Specifically, where there age lies in relation to the ‘vesh’ period.
Thus, the non-chronological numeric system is used.