The Digor (Ossetic: Дигорон) are a subgroup of the Ossetians. The Digor in the west came under the influence of the neighboring Kabarday people who introduced Islam. Today the two main Digor districts in North Osetia are Digora district or Digorskiy rayon (with Digora as its centre) and Irafskiy rayon or Iraf district (with Chikola as its centre). Digora district is Christian while some parts of Iraf district are Muslim. The dialect spoken in Digor part of North Osetia is Digor, the most archaic form of Ossetian language.
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- Wixman. The Peoples of the USSR, p. 58
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