Polish Text-to-Speech Conversion

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Ai polish voices

List of all Polish voices. Based on neural networks.

  • Agnieszka
  • Marek
  • Bartoz
  • Boleslaw
  • Jacek
  • Alicja
  • Ivona
  • Danuta
  • Szymon
  • Ewa

Full voiсes list

Language code: pl-PL

The Polish language, an integral part of Poland's rich culture and history, is spoken by over 38 million people primarily in Poland. Its unique phonetics and articulation differentiate it from other Slavic languages.

Polish pronunciation comprises specific features such as nasal vowels, soft consonants, and the frequent use of the sibilant 'sz'. The grammar, intricate yet systematic, requires special attention to gender, case, and aspect. Its phonetics involves understanding the right stress patterns, while its articulation focuses on producing unique sounds not found in many other languages. Here are the main features:

Consonant Clusters: Polish has numerous consonant clusters, where two or more consonants appear together without intervening vowels, making some words challenging to pronounce.

Nasal Vowels: Polish is one of the few languages that maintain nasal vowels, represented by "ą" and "ę." Their pronunciation can change based on their position in a word.

Voiced and Voiceless Consonants: Just like English, Polish differentiates between voiced (like 'b', 'd', 'g') and voiceless (like 'p', 't', 'k') consonants. However, the distinction is more prevalent and can change the meaning of a word.

Palatalized Consonants: Certain consonants, when followed by the letter 'i', become palatalized, which means they are pronounced with the middle of the tongue against the hard palate.

Our system understands the nuances of Polish grammar and phonetics, ensuring the generated voice sounds natural and clear. Experience the power of advanced synthesis and transform your Polish text into captivating voices and clear speech, bringing your content to life like never before!


  • Official status of the Polish language: Poland, European Union, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Romania, Slovakia, Ukraine, Czech Republic.
  • Polish is spoken by 50 million people.
  • It is the second Slavic language in the world in terms of the number of speakers (after Russian).
  • The alphabet consists of 32 letters.
  • Very difficult to learn

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