This page offers a demonstration about the applicability of
Greek and Latin syllabification algorithms to other languages, like Italian.
Type some Italian text, choose the output format and click the button.
The syllabification algorithm used for Greek and Latin, based onto well-known
general linguistics principles rather than on practical rules, can be easily
applied to other languages. Here you can enter some Italian words and get their
approximate phonological representation: of course, being just a quick
adaptation the output will be approximate for both accent position (which cannot
always be determined unless recurring to a list of forms accented on the antepenultimate
and/or morphological criteria) and phonemes representation (which mainly refers to
'standard' Italian and does not take allophonic variants into account); but this is just a