### Calendar (based off Dominic's)

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**Thu Mar 30, 2017 10:34 am**I use the same elements and animals as he does here, but refer to days, months, and years in special ways. Years will start with sike pi and end with the calendrical year. I am using the third system of years here, so the years will be:

2017: sike pi kasi mani

2018: sike pi akesi seli

2019: sike pi waso sona

2020: sike pi soweli suwi

2021: sike pi jan telo

2022: sike pi pipi unpa

2023: sike pi kala utala

2024: sike pi kasi wawa

2025: sike pi akesi jaki

2026: sike pi waso ko

2027: sike pi soweli kon

The days of the week use the animal cycle, and are referred to as suno. So we have:

Monday: suno pipi

Tuesday: suno kala

Wednesday: suno kasi

Thursday: suno akesi

Friday: suno waso

Saturday: suno soweli

Sunday: suno jan

The months use the element cycle, and are referred to as mun. So we have:

January: mun jaki

February: mun ko

March: mun kon

April: mun ma

May: mun mani

June: mun seli

July: mun sona

August: mun suwi

September: mun telo

October: mun unpa

November: mun utala

December: mun wawa

sitelen tenpo ni li pona ala pona?

2017: sike pi kasi mani

2018: sike pi akesi seli

2019: sike pi waso sona

2020: sike pi soweli suwi

2021: sike pi jan telo

2022: sike pi pipi unpa

2023: sike pi kala utala

2024: sike pi kasi wawa

2025: sike pi akesi jaki

2026: sike pi waso ko

2027: sike pi soweli kon

The days of the week use the animal cycle, and are referred to as suno. So we have:

Monday: suno pipi

Tuesday: suno kala

Wednesday: suno kasi

Thursday: suno akesi

Friday: suno waso

Saturday: suno soweli

Sunday: suno jan

The months use the element cycle, and are referred to as mun. So we have:

January: mun jaki

February: mun ko

March: mun kon

April: mun ma

May: mun mani

June: mun seli

July: mun sona

August: mun suwi

September: mun telo

October: mun unpa

November: mun utala

December: mun wawa

sitelen tenpo ni li pona ala pona?