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Тыццыл Принц (Tyccyl Prints), in Iron language, spoken by the majority of Ossetians, notably in the East, South and Central parts of North Ossetia; while in the West the Digor dialect is more prevalent. The Iron dialect has been the basis of the Ossetian written language since 1939.

Минкъий Принц (Mink’y Prints), in Digor language. Digor is a dialect of the Ossetian language. The differences between the two are large enough to call them two languages. Digorian speakers live in the west of North Ossetia (Digora, Chikola and other places); and in the capital citi, Vladikavkaz.

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