Iago – squadron that never set a squadron in the field
Iago – am i am not what i am
Roderigo – thick lips what a full fortune does the thicklips owe
Iago – thieves what ho, Brabantio! thieves, thieves, thieves!
Iago – ram even now, now, very now, an old black ram is tupping your white ewe!
Iago – grandsire or else the devil will make a grandsire of you
Iago – horse you’ll have your daughter covered with a Barbary horse
Iago – beast your daughter and the Moor are now making the beast with two backs
Brabantio – trust, minds fathers, from hence trust not your daughters’ minds/ by what you see them act
Othello – gentle but that i love the gentle Desdemona
Othello – my my parts, my title, my perfect soul
Othello – bright swords keep up your bright swords for the dew will rust/ them
Brabantio – stowed o thou foul thief, where hast thou stowed my daughter?
Duke – employ, enemy valiant Othello, we must straight employ you/ against the general enemy Ottoman
Brabantio – stolen (senator) dead?, (brabantio) ay, to me:/ she is abused, stolen from me and corrupted/ by spells and medicines
Othello – married that i have ta’en away this old mans daughter/ it is most true; true, i have married her.
Othello – incline this to hear/ would Desdemona seriously incline
Othello – story my story being done/ she gave me for my pains a world or sighs
Othello – wished she wished she has not heard it, she’s wished/ that heaven had made her such a man
Desdemona – hitherto i am hitherto your daughter. but here’s my/ husband:
Duke – fair your son-in-law is far more fair than black
Othello – honest my life upon her faith. honest Iago
Iago – purse thus do i ever make my fool my purse
Iago – ‘twixt and it is thought abroad that ‘twixt my sheets/ he’s done my office
Iago – abuse after some time to abuse Othello’s ear/ that he is too familiar with his wife
Iago – open nature the Moor is of a free and open nature/ that thinks men honest
Gentleman 3 – warlike Michael Cassio/Lieutenant to the warlike Moor, Othello
Cassio – captain our great captains captain
Iago – web with as little a web as this will i ensnare as/ great a fly as Cassio
Iago – clyster-pipes your/ fingers to your lips? would they were clyster-pipes/ for your sake!
Othello – warrior O my fair warrior
Desdemona – dear my dear Othello
Iago – music but i’ll set down/ the pegs that make this music, as honest/ as i am
Iago – fantastical telling her fantastical lies
Iago – eyes her eyes must be fed
Iago – sympathy loveliness in flavour, sympathy in years, manners and beauties/ all which the Moor is defensive in.
Iago – slipper a slipper and subtle knave
Iago – jealously, cure i put the moor/ into a jealously so strong/ that judgement cannot cure
Iago – thank make the Moor thank me, love me, and reward me
Iago – hip ill have our Micheal Cassio on the hip
Othello – honesty Iago is most honest
Cassio – dislikes ill do’t, but it dislikes me
Iago – flustered have i tonight flustered with flowing cups
Roderigo? – reasons i have no great devotion to the deed/ and yet he hath given me satisfying reasons
Iago – janus By Janus
Iago – lieutenant i pray you, after the lieutenant, go!
Othello – turks are we turned turks?
Iago – speak i cannot speak
Iago – tongue i had rather have this tongue cut from my mouth/than it should do offence to Michael Cassio
Othello – honesty, love i know, Iago,/ thy honesty and love doth mince this matter
Othello – light making it light to Cassio, Cassio, i love thee/ but never more be officer of mine
Cassio – reputation reputation, reputation, reputation! o, i have lost my reputation
Cassio – parrot drunk? and speak parrot? and/ squabble? swagger? swear?
Iago – general our/ generals wife is now the general
Iago – play, villain and what’s he then that says i play the villain?/ when this advice is free i give and honest
Iago – hell divinity of hell! / when devils will be the blackest sins put on
Iago – net and out of her goodnsss make the net/ that shall enmesh them all.
Iago – ha ha, i like not that
Iago – think i cannot think it/that he would steal away so guilty-like/seeing you coming
Desdemona – a-wooing what, Michael Cassio/that came a-wooing with you?
Othello – wretch excellent wretch! perdition catch my soul/ but i do love thee! and when i love thee not/ chaos is come again
Othello – love me if thou dost love me/show me thy thought
Iago – green-eyed O beware, my lord, of jealousy!/ is it is the green-eyed monster which doth mock/ the meat it feeds on
Othello – goat exchange me for a goat
Othello – bound i am bound to thee for ever
Othello – doubtless this honest creature doubtless/ sees and knows more – much more – than he unfolds
Othello – haggard if i do prove her haggard,/through that her jesses were my dear heart-strings
Othello – gone she’s gone, i am abused, and my relief/ must be to loathe her
Iago – medicine shall ever medicine thee to that sweet sleep/which thou owedst yesterday
Othello – ***** villain, be sure thou prove my love a *****
Othello – farewell farewell the plumed troops and the big wars/ that makes the ambition virtue!
Othello – begrimed her name, that was as fresh/ as Dian’s visage is now begrimed and black/ as mine own face
Othello – pieces ill tear her to pieces!