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    #1

    oistrich ?

    Is oistrich also a correct way to describe a ostrich ?

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    Re: oistrich ?

    I have never heard of such word.


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    Re: oistrich ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Offroad View Post
    I have never heard of such a word.


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    That makes two of us.


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    Re: oistrich ?

    What you mean is, whether oistrich is also an accepted spelling for ostrich (propably in a different English speaking region).
    Describing an ostrich would be: "A tall bird, with a long neck an tall feet, not able to fly but manages to run at high speed. etc..."

    But to come back to your question; no, an ostrich is an ostrich

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