The goal of this generator is to allow for the potential generation of every word that can be spoken by the human mouth. It is also meant to allow writers to create their own languages with a uniform sound and flow.
I am currently working on defining the place of articulation for each syllable, further allowing users to create unique, consistent languages.
Bilabial - Both lips pressed together
This would include syllables that start or end with "b", "p" or "m".
Labiodental - Placing top teeth on bottom lip
This would include syllables that start or end with "f", "ph" or "v"
Interdental - Tongue between teeth
This would include syllables that start or end with "th"
Alveolar - Tongue raised to the top ridge in which teeth are set
The alveolus is the socket within the jawbone in which teeth are set. Alveolar words are created by raising the tongue to this ridge in the top of the mouth. Alveolar syllables would start or end with "t", "d", "n", "s", "z", "l" and "r"
Palatal - Body of tongue pressed against the middle of the mouth's roof (hard palate)
In English the only palatal sound is produced by "y" as in 'yes', 'yellow', 'yuck'.
It is also commonly found in languages such as French (e.g. Cognac), German (e.g. nicht) and Spanish (e.g. llama)
Velar - Rear of tongue pressed on the soft palate which is in the top-rear of one's mouth.
If you feel the top of your mouth with the tip of your tongue and move it toward the rear you can feel the transition from the hard palate to the soft palate. When the rear of the tongue is pressed aginst this the sounds produced would include syllables that end with "ng" (e.g. sing, wrong) as well as syllabes that start or end with "k" or "g".