If you struggle with names, may I suggest a visit to conlang.org. A conlang is a constructed language (such as Esperanto, Tolkein's Quenya or even Klingon). The library has links to articles and languages. Once you see how others construct their languages, you get a feel, or you might visit project gutenberg and get a copy of the Esperanto Dictionary. There's even a military version of it (used for tactical combat operations by the military)
Here is a link to the Gutenberg e-book, the Esperanto Teacher:
The Esperanto Teacher
Note one of the first things it teaches is how to pronounce vowels and consonants (this helps you determine what your language sounds like -- and what letters are allowed; example: no Ws in classic Latin.