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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.
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.