Syllable Frequencies

With the Syllable Counter integrated in the WordCreator, it is possible to create frequency tables for syllables used in different texts. The Syllable Counter can be used for arbitrary symbol systems, alphabets and Unicode-texts. For some languages, we have created frequency profiles for two-party syllables (digrams) and three-party syllables (trigrams) on the basis of texts in the corresponding languages with at least 1.5 million characters. The texts consists of different literature genres to provide the best results. Nevertheless, of course, the results would be slightly different, if other texts would be used. Of course, these profiles are available in the WordCreator, too. You can find the lists in the menu under "Syllable Lists".

Latin Alphabet

Profiles of the following languages based on the Latin alphabet are currently available:

Cyrillic Alphabet

Profiles of the following languages based on the Cyrillic alphabet are currently available:

Other Alphabets

Profiles of the following languages based on other alphabets are currently available:

For the rewriting of texts from one writing system to another one (for example Cyrillic to Latin letters) the software Text Converter can be used. More information and a detailed description, you can read on the page Transcriptions.

Usage Note

The list may only be used together with the internet adress sttmedia.com and the prior consent of Stefan Trost (contact). If you need additional lists, for example in a different sorting or on the basis of another source, we can provide this list. Simply write to us. The price of this service depends on the effort required to create your desired list.