If you are new to the language, koios may seem to be quite simple.
But in fact, it is a complex and colourful language.
Koios, or the Lad, is the language spoken by the indigenous people of the Andaman Islands, who are known as the Andamans.
They speak it as a traditional tongue spoken in the forests, mountains, plains and coastal waters of the island chain.
There are roughly 500,000 people on the Andama Islands.
Their language is spoken by a single tribe, the Kootu, but it is spoken to this day by the native inhabitants of the islands.
Kootus are also known as “Koi”.
And as such, their language has become quite popular among students of linguistics and is considered a model of linguistic learning.
So the Lad is not only an incredibly diverse language, but also one that is highly popular with learners.
The word koios literally means “lady” or “woman”, and is also used to refer to an individual or group of people.
The word meaning “lion” or the word for a particular person, koio-i, is also often used to describe the koi, or woman, in general.
The language was originally spoken by people who lived on the island of Andaman, which lies between the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean.
It is said that the people of Andamania lived their life on the banks of the mighty Andaman River and that their language was one of the oldest spoken in India.
Today, the language is mainly spoken by women, and is known as Andamanese, because the women and children who spoke it first became known as koi.
The koios also have a history of spreading beyond the Andamias, and people who are not from the island have also spoken the language.
In fact, the Andamsi word koio means “woman of the forest”.
Koios has been spoken for thousands of years on the islands, and there are now about 6 million speakers.
The languages are closely related, and they are both spoken in a very different way.
The Lad language is the same as the spoken language of Andamees, which is the Indo-European language.
The Andamee language is very similar to the Lad language.
And it is also the language of many indigenous people in the Andamea Islands.
Koio is also spoken in parts of New Guinea, Papua New Guinea and Fiji.
What is a koios?
The word koia means “light”, and in Andamias language, it refers to the person or people who light the lamp.
Koi is a verb, which means “to give”, and can also refer to the act of doing something, or of doing a thing.
The term koios, meaning “light” or even “person”, is also commonly used to identify people.
This word is also found in the Lad and spoken by native peoples of the Islands.
A koios word, kois, means “man” or something which is not human.
Koia is often used as a compliment or an adverb in the language or in a way to convey happiness or sadness.
Koios is also an adjective.
Koias words mean “man”, “woman” or anything which is different from humans.
Kois also refers to a person, person of a certain age or sex, a certain person’s age or gender.
Koises words can be used to indicate an individual, a group, a race or a culture.
Koites language is also very poetic, and the Lad has an enormous number of poetic expressions.
There are some people who speak koias in the English language, including English speaker Christopher Dorr.
Dorr has said that koios has become part of his vocabulary and his daily life since he was born.
And when he was a boy, he could hear koias sounds.
He said, “I can hear koios on the radio.
I used to play with kois when I was young.
When I was older, I used not to play at all.”
What are the koias most commonly used for?
Koias are used in the context of cooking, to express joy or sadness, to praise someone, or to express surprise.
Koires words are also used in everyday conversation and when the conversation turns to something other than the conversation topic.
Are there other languages spoken in Andaman and Andaman Island?
There are two languages spoken on the Islands of Andami and Andamadai: Koios and Andameese.
The people of andamadae also speak a language called Kaesweti.
Andamanese is spoken mostly in Andams and Kooti islands.
Where are the Andammakos in the world? There