Category:Phonology
Feature:Syllable Structure WALS
Name:Simple
Languages (156):
Conlangs (138):
Miapimoquitch
Kamakawi
Qþyn|gài
SASXSEK
Livagian [phonologically]
Kelanian
Cholnish
Käläli
Tseeyo
Sa'nakkan
Jezzali
Yanusu
Altian
Raitoliste
Ngeyunh
Yasaro
Ngetsurt
Toki Pona
Terpish
Omniglot forum language
Rithande
Gogido
Rejistanian
(C)V(C), which CCV(C) as alternative at the beginning of words (only a few consonants are allowed as initial consonant).
Dainyu
Shsiwhe Luwur
Waysignig
Malabas
Hacherian
Vitruvian
V VC VV VVC CV CVV CVC CVVC VCCV VCCVC CVCCV CVCCVC

Non-overlapping sets for initial and terminal consonants.  Medial consonants are geminated.
Reosian
Zhontós
Patakasama
Rång
Annese

A syllable can have a beginning consonant and a semivowel in front of a necessary vowel, and can end in a consonant that is not a semivowel ([CS]V[CnotS]).

Isitya
Aveata
Torete
Nova
Rayalaka
Tanaman
Reisu
Llapoyan
Sihaku
CV(n)
Deiku
Ishtol
Ferzhic
Apituka
Kangir
Torimish
Yaufulti
Ukhshaya
Traxvus
Rarlang
Rou
Dahu
Ataican
Gnusyak [Ghnushak]
Aixosixomi
Sreasra Mdatla
Fictish
Neo-Fictish
Kumiko
Fae
Qucheanya
Lonaane
Doline
Dhannuá
Tedil Tamal
Fupoloypan
Lhaa: Siri
Qinuith
(C)V(N)(C)
Pateko
Ieteje
Simbri
toka na musume

(C)V(V),but loanwords may be ended with /n/

gombazi
Kaynuryos
Latha
Old Pakhriban
Klik-Ma
Ata
Lántas
CV(C) with restrictions on clusters
Okuna
Fasime
Ukumusi
FKL
Modern low Ponuhi
Fayn
(C)(V)(C), (V), (V)(C), (C)(V)

In the case of two consonants in a row in a compound word, the former is dropped and the latter is, if possible, lenited.
Cwengaer
Doayâu
Pymmalian
Sathura
Proto-Angelic
Linvongo
Tolvian
clikli dialect
Eranai
ea-luna
Haneko
Oligo
Waku
Hellanan
Geulish
Riagi
Taalen
Ewheshenin
Proto Ke Son Lii
Lohsee
Kaidu
Ekorat
Old Greedian
Leopardish III
Hy'Bae
Ainish
Kratish
Brooding
Song
Opus
Ame language
(C)V

no consonant clusters or syllable-final consonants
Lioa e Gweu
Pasi
diSellat
Etelegbe
Lrahran
Iridian
Ilawokou
Magralgarlu
Nanawe
Kibaki
Random
Ḍoláh
Wistanian
Eldtyric
Vayardyio
Nylaf
Grayis
Esata
Tojin Simplified

Natlangs (18):
Apurina
Fijian
Grebo
Guarani
Ju|'hoan
Kewa
Luvale
Maori
Maybrat
Mixtec (Chalcatongo)
Paumari
Piraha
Rapanui
Sango
Swahili
Tukang Besi
Warao
Yoruba