The Caucasian languages
are the (unrelated) languages
spoken in the Caucasus region between Europe and Asia. Several language families
are spoken in the region.
Language families that are unique to the region:
The first two are sometimes grouped together into the North Caucasian language family.
Other language families represented in the region are Indo-European (including Ossetian, Armenian and Russian) and Turkic (including Azerbaijani and Turkmen).