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ostrich, noun

Used attributively in Special Combinations
ostrich baron in historical contexts, a wealthy ostrich farmer;
ostrich camp [see camp noun2] a large enclosed field in which ostriches are kept;
ostrich derby, a race in which ostriches are used as mounts;
ostrich farm, a farm on which ostriches are reared; hence ostrich farmer, ostrich farming;
ostrich palace in historical contexts, feather palace (see feather sense b);
ostrich show-farm, a farm where ostriches and ostrich products are displayed as a tourist attraction;
ostrich wool obsolete, see quotation 1833.
Note:
Because of the economic significance of the ostrich industry, many of these terms have become current in South Africa. Some are not found in general English; others are, but were first used in South African English. See also feather.
1982 S. Afr. Panorama May 9After the Anglo-Boer War,..the Cape’s ‘ostrich barons’ were flourishing, building palatial residences for themselves.
1833 S. Afr. Almanac & Dir. 164Ostrich wool..is the soft down lying close under the feathers of the Ostrich. It is used in lieu of Beaver in Europe.