Huave is a Mexican language isolate, not known to be related to any other living language.
It is spoken by around 16,000 people in southeastern Mexico.
There are several Huave dialects, some of which are quite different from each other and difficult
for speakers of a different dialect to understand. For this reason, linguists often consider there to be between two and four
distinct Huave languages, rather than just one. Huave is an agglutinative language which has SVO word order.