nasin tenpo pona

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nasin tenpo pona is a Toki Pona calendar system created in 2022.

The system splits the year into 4 color-coded 90-day sections, and tenpo pona, a 5- or 6-day period celebrating Toki Pona and its community. The days (suno) in each section are named according to a list of Toki Pona words, so that speakers may observe the related concept in whatever way they like. Years (sike), ages of 90 years (sike suli), and 90-age periods (sike suli suli) are named after the same main list of words, making it possible to number historical dates. The epoch is August 9, 2001, the day jan Sonja first publicly shared Toki Pona online.[1]

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  1. "nasin tenpo pona". Google Sheets. Retrieved 26 December 2023.

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