The Andalorian Calendar
The Andalorian month consists of three tendays. Each day of the tenday is very simply named after one of the ten major deities in the Andalorian pantheon.
|Days of the Month||Name of Day|
|1st, 11th, 21st||Bayloth's Day|
|2nd, 12th, 22nd||Mowlana's Day|
|3rd, 13th, 23rd||Fothnow's Day|
|4th, 14th, 24th||Owen's Day|
|5th, 15th, 25th||Row's Day|
|6th, 16th, 26th||Cathindas's Day|
|7th, 17th, 27th||Flinda's Day|
|8th, 18th, 28th||Fothnow's Day|
|9th, 19th, 29th||Neverthan's Day|
|10th, 20th, 30th||Newrath's Day|
Each tenday is named after a phase of the moon (Andalorians give the moon three phases, though astrologers divide each phase into more particular sub-phases). The first tenday is Moon of Birth, when the moon emerges from darkness. The second tenday is High Moon, when the moon shines brightest. The third tenday is Moon of Death.