Using the tokipona word list as inspiration, here is a suggestion for
a word-name scheme:(see my +++ edited scheme +++ at the end of this post)
ake, esu, ina*, jak, kal, lap, mam, nam, oli, pak, sam, tas, una*, wal
Each word is made up from the first word beginning with that letter, a = akesi, so "a" is "ake".
Each name has three letters.
Vowels made up with the first three: Vowel+consonant+vowel, VCV, combination.
Consonants are made up with the first three: Consonant+vowel+consonant, CVC, combination.
I use the first possible word in the word list to form the letter-names, but maybe one of the other words from the
list might be a better choice ( i am thinking yak sounds like a " dirty word",so maybe "jel" is better, and "pak" is a bad word, so maybe "pal" would is better?) ?.
So my +++ edited scheme +++ is:
ake, esu, ina*, jel**, kal, lap, mam, nam, oli, pal**, sam, tas, una*, wal
Maybe someone could come up with something more pleasing to the ear, or easier to remember?
* i used the first available VCV combination in each of these two words (ina and una)
** jak i change to jel, pak i change to pal