The Zurvár second (ZS) is 1.10592 seconds long.
The Zurvár minute (ZM) is 125 ZS long, for a total of 138.24 seconds or 2.304 minutes long.
The Zurvár hour (ZH) is 25 ZM or 3125 ZS long, for a total of 57.6 minutes long.
There are 25 ZH in one standard 24 hour day.
The hour count of a Zurvár day begins at sunrise and continues until the following sunrise. This means that a given day may be longer or shorter than the standard 25 hours depending on latitude and time of year.
A traditional Zurvár week lasts five days. A month is five weeks (25 days) and a year five months (125 days). The traditional calendar has been superseded by a redesigned 365 day calendar on Zurvár Arèáná, but the traditional calendar is retained for cultural and traditional purposes.
For scientific purposes the Zurvár epoch is fixed to 00:00:00 GMT on January 1st 1954. The traditional calendar has also been synchronised to sunrise on this date.
In the traditional calendar, today (Oct 22nd 2012) would be the fifth day of the fifth month, in the year 172. A person born today would be ascribed the horoscope of ‘Double Knot’, which predicts a well balanced personality skilled at problem solving.