Optional settings of the Words Generator
You have the possibility to make optional settings in the Words Generator form to refine the results. To open the settings, simply click the "More Filter Options" button. This will open a field with the settings. Here you have the option to choose which characters the generated words must contain. It can be single vowels (a,e,i,o,u), or specific characters like en, lu, bu etc.
If you enter "a" in the "Vowels" field, the generated words must contain the letter "a". The same happens in the field "Letters within the Word". If you enter "en" in the field, only words containing the vowel "a" and the characters "en" will be generated.
You can also combine the optional filter settings with the first and last letter.
For this filter example, the generated words must contain the vowel "a" and the letters "en". The other filter options are empty or set to default.
The Words Generator generates the following words with these filter settings:
Among the advanced filter options is the length of syllables. You can choose how many syllables the generated words must have. Select the values "Greater", "Smaller" or "Exact" in the select field of "Syllables" and enter the number in the number field next to it.
What are syllables? A syllable is a part of a word that contains a single vowel sound and that is pronounced as a unit. So, for example, "dog" has one syllable, and "running" has two syllables. You pronounce "dog" with an interruption. You pronounce the word "running" as "run..ning". So it has two syllables.
The last advanced filter option is to sort the generated words based on their character length. This way you might find the right word for you faster. If you want the words to be sorted by character length ascending, select the value "Word length ascending" in the select field of "Order Options". If you want the words to be sorted by character length in descending order, select "Word length ascending". By default, "Random" is selected and the generated words are randomly ordered by character size.