Cesario, come here. You'll be Cesario to me while you're still a man, but when I see you in women's clothes,you shall be my queen.
Orsino says that when the Captain has given his account, he and Viola and Olivia and Sebastian will be properly married. Aside, he adds that as long as Viola is still dressed as Cesario, he will call her "Cesario" and think of her as a man, but that once he has seen her in her "other habits" she will be his mistress and the queen of his love.
So you've been mistaken, my lady. You wanted to be married to a maiden.
Boy, you've said to me a thousand times that you'd never love a woman like you love me.
Everything I said before I'll promise once again, and I'll keep my promises in my soul like fire is kept in the sun.
We'll get him released
Sebastian turns to Olivia to explain: all that time, she wanted to marry a woman.
Orsino then turns to Viola and says that he often heard Cesario swear that he would never love a woman as he loves Orsino. Is it true? Viola affirms that it is. Then, Orsino continues, she should give him her hand and let him see her in her or clothing.
Give me your hand, and let me see you in your woman's clothes.
Viola says that the Captain who brought her to shore from the shipwreck has her clothes. But he is currently tied up in some legal suit led by Malvolio, a servant of Olivia's… Orsino says that when the Captain has given his account, he and Viola and Olivia and Sebastian will be properly married.
The captain who first brought me to shore has my woman's clothing.