Documentation for pronouncing
Pronouncing is a simple interface for the CMU Pronouncing Dictionary. The library is designed to be easy to use, and has no external dependencies. For example, here's all you need to do in order to find rhymes for a given word:
>>> import pronouncing >>> pronouncing.rhymes("climbing") ['diming', 'liming', 'priming', 'rhyming', 'timing']
Read the documentation here: https://pronouncing.readthedocs.org.
I made this library because I wanted to be able to use the CMU Pronouncing Dictionary in my projects without having to install the grand behemoth that is NLTK. It's designed to be friendly to beginner programmers who want to get started with creative language generation and analysis, and for experts who want to make quick prototypes of projects that deal with English pronunciation.
Install with pip like so:
pip install pronouncing
You can also download the source code and install manually:
python setup.py install
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