Koyi (members of the community have adopted the spelling Koyee) is spoken in the village of Sungdel in Khotang district. There are very few speakers, perhaps around 1000. The language is endangered and marked by considerable borrowing from Nepali, particularly for nouns (whereas verbs, which have distinct paradigms complete with stem alternations, tend not to be borrowed as frequently).
|https://doi.org/10.24397/pangloss-0000574||00:00:58||Recipe for millet paste||Lahaussois, Aimée||Rai, Phanindra|
|https://doi.org/10.24397/pangloss-0000576||00:09:27||Millet paste cooked on a stone||Lahaussois, Aimée||Rai, Phanindra|
|https://doi.org/10.24397/pangloss-0000578||01:03:16||Origin myth||Lahaussois, Aimée||Rai, Phanindra|
|https://doi.org/10.24397/pangloss-0000580||00:17:50||Syurime||Lahaussois, Aimée||Rai, Phanindra|
|https://doi.org/10.24397/pangloss-0000582||00:06:56||Conversation between two cousins||Lahaussois, Aimée||Rai, Phanindra Koyee — Rai, Ram Kumar|
|https://doi.org/10.24397/pangloss-0000584||00:02:49||Self-introduction by Phanindra||Lahaussois, Aimée||Rai, Phanindra|