There are 143 ziyuras in an aiyura, which are broken off into eleven groups of thirteen Zeconian days.
- Siyura: The smallest standard unit of time (excluding prefixes), the siyura is approximately equivalent to .82 seconds. There are 98 Siyuras in a miyura.
- Miyura: The miyura is a group of 98 siyuras, roughly equal to 80.4 seconds and 1.34 minutes.
- Hiyura: The hiyura is a group of 98 miyuras, and the largest time unit that is used to divide a Zeconian day. It is nearly equal to 2.19 hours, or 131.25 minutes. The hiyura is loosely translated to other languages as the Kongolese equivalent of an "hour".
- Ziyura: The ziyura is the length of one zeconian day. It is sub-divided into 14 hiyuras. Each ziyura is equal to 30.63 hours, or 1.28 standard days.
- Qiyura: When compared to the equivalent timekeeping units of other nations, the qiyura is considered a concept that merges the weeks and months of the standard calendar. A qiyura is thirteen ziyuras, or 14.04 standard days. This value is coincidentally approximate to two standard galactic weeks, and is sometimes referred to as a "half-month".
- Aiyura: The Zeconian year is divided into eleven qiyuras. With a length of 182.5 galactic days, the aiyura is nearly equal to 0.5 standard galactic years.