Otomi is an Oto-Manguean language of Mexico.
Actually, depending on the linguist doing the counting, there are somewhere between five and twelve different Otomi languages,
each of which is difficult for speakers of the others to understand. (The difference of opinion on the number comes about
because some of the languages are considered to be dialects of one of the others by some people, and considered to be
distinct Otomi languages by others). Taken together there are around 250,000 speakers of Otomi languages in
Mexico today. They are tone languages and have primarily VOS word order.