"Here, stand behind this bulk, straight will he come. Wear thy good rapier bare, and put it home. Quick, quick! Fear nothing. I’ll be at thy elbow" (I.v.1-3).
"Be near at hand, I may miscarry in ’t." (I.v.6).
"I know his gait, ’tis he.—Villain, thou diest!" (I.v.23).
"That thrust had been mine enemy indeed, But that my coat is better than thou know’st. I will make proof of thine." (I.v.24-26).
"I am maimed for ever. Help, ho! Murder! Murder!" (I.v.26).
"Thou teachest me. Minion, your dear lies dead, And your unbless’d fate hies. Strumpet, I come.Forth of my heart those charms,thine eyes,are blotted. Thy bed,lust-stained,shall with lust’s blood be spotted" (I.v.33-36).
"The voice of Cassio, Iago keeps his word." (I.v.27).
"Oh, wretched villain!" (I.v.41).
"O help!" (I.v.39).
"Two or three groan. 'Tis heavy night, These may be counterfeits. Let’s think ’t unsafe To come in to the cry without more help" (I.v.42-44).
"What’s the matter?3" (I.v.51).
"This is Othello’s ancient,as I take it" (I.v.52).
"The same indeed,a very valiant fellow" (I.v.53).
"O murderous slave! O villain!" (I.v.63).