ostrich (Hebrew #3283)

4:3   Even the sea monsters
tanniyn (Hebrew #8577)
intensive from the same as 8565; a marine or land monster, i.e. sea-serpent or jackal
KJV usage: dragon, sea-monster, serpent, whale.
Pronounce: tan-neen'
Origin: or tanniym (Ezek. 29:3) {tan-neem'}
draw out
chalats (Hebrew #2502)
to pull off; hence (intensively) to strip, (reflex.) to depart; by implication, to deliver, equip (for fight); present, strengthen
KJV usage: arm (self), (go, ready) armed (X man, soldier), deliver, draw out, make fat, loose, (ready) prepared, put off, take away, withdraw self.
Pronounce: khaw-lats'
Origin: a primitive root
the breast
shad (Hebrew #7699)
probably from 7736 (in its original sense) contracted; the breast of a woman or animal (as bulging)
KJV usage: breast, pap, teat.
Pronounce: shad
Origin: or shod {shode}
, they give suck
yanaq (Hebrew #3243)
to suck; causatively, to give milk
KJV usage: milch, nurse(-ing mother), (give, make to) suck(-ing child, -ling).
Pronounce: yaw-nak'
Origin: a primitive root
to their young ones
guwr (Hebrew #1482)
perhaps from 1481; a cub (as still abiding in the lair), especially of the lion
KJV usage: whelp, young one.
Pronounce: goor
Origin: or (shortened) gur {goor}
: the daughter
bath (Hebrew #1323)
a daughter (used in the same wide sense as other terms of relationship, literally and figuratively)
KJV usage: apple (of the eye), branch, company, daughter, X first, X old, + owl, town, village.
Pronounce: bath
Origin: from 1129 (as feminine of 1121)
of my people
`am (Hebrew #5971)
a people (as a congregated unit); specifically, a tribe (as those of Israel); hence (collectively) troops or attendants; figuratively, a flock
KJV usage: folk, men, nation, people.
Pronounce: am
Origin: from 6004
is become cruel
'akzar (Hebrew #393)
violent; by implication deadly; also (in a good sense) brave
KJV usage: cruel, fierce.
Pronounce: ak-zawr'
Origin: from an unused root (apparently meaning to act harshly)
, like the ostriches
ya`en (Hebrew #3283)
the ostrich (probably from its answering cry
KJV usage: ostrich.
Pronounce: yaw-ane'
Origin: from the same as 3282
in the wilderness
midbar (Hebrew #4057)
a pasture (i.e. open field, whither cattle are driven); by implication, a desert; also speech (including its organs)
KJV usage: desert, south, speech, wilderness.
Pronounce: mid-bawr'
Origin: from 1696 in the sense of driving