First of all: WPA2 is hard to "crack" (I don't really know if you can call it "cracking" since it's actually just bruteforcing). If the password is strong enough you won't be able to crack it at all.
Secondly, there are plenty of articles online outlining the ways to do it (https://medium.com/@brannondorsey/crack-wpa-wpa2-wi-fi-routers-with-aircrack-ng-and-hashcat-a5a5d3ff...). I think that with "wordlist" you might mean "rainbow table" and with "analyzing" "hashing", and if that is the case - no there won't be a way to speed that process up.
Never attack devices you do not own and operate.