- 8 days in a week
- 24 days in a month
- 6 months in a year
- 100 years in a century
- 1000 years in a millennium
- 10,000 years in an age
Days of the weekEdit
Each day of the Timekeep calendar is dedicated to something important in history which happened on that day, and the elven name for it.
- Roderthirim - The day the dwarves established the Timekeep calendar.
- Illiminien - The day that Gordren had finished it's building.
- Merdor - The day that Merdor Moumat and Merdor Stagrin were binded with a bridge, and Alaver Stagrin renamed to Merdor Stagrin.
- Thondar - The day that Thondar of Thaut'en sacrificed his life for the people of Thaut'en. The day was previously known as Earavar, the name of the largest dragon in Halrond.
- Odemin - The day that the Rings of Independence were given throughout the races of Halrond, and the day of the Odemin was formed.
- Odemiliath - The day that the Rings of Independence were unforged and scattered throughout Halrond, and the Odemin had been broken.
- Aerea - The day that Aerenor had crowned it's first Totum Lord - Althon Ramier.
- Wuthin - The day that the Wuth reached supremacy and claimed Wudiliath from the elves of Elveintwon.
- Valigion - Purely named after the calendar contributors, whom created the six months of Timekeep.
- Ederor - Named after one of the six moons of the elven sun.
- Windin Largg - A troll word, meaning Wind month. It is obviously very windy and rainy in this month.
- Torom - The month labelling the conquest of Torom Davor.
- E - "E" means "Hope" in Vodimirian.
- Sowarlion - The Whispering Whaddock conquer the Clawdon Forest.