They have tied me to a stake. I cannot fly, But bear-like, I must fight the course. What's he That was not born of a woman? Such a one Am to fear. or none.
What is thy name?
No, though thou call'st thyself a hotter name Than any is in hell.
Thou'lt be afraid to hear it.
My name's Macbeth.
The devil himself could not pronounce a title More hateful to mine ear.
No, nor one more fearful.
Macbeth thinks to himself about the dire situation he is currently in. He then comforts himself by reminding himself that he has nothing to fear, as he can only be harmed by a man who was not born from a woman,
Thou liest, abhorrèd tyrant. With my sword I'll prove the lie thou speak'st.
Young Siward asks for Macbeth's name, and Macbeth reluctantly tells him. Once Young Siward discovers Macbeth's name, he is enraged.
As Young Siward professes his hate for Macbeth, Macbeth responds by saying that Young Siward fears him as well.
Thou wast born of a woman. But swords I smile at, weapons laugh to scorn, Brandished by a man that's of a woman bron.
Outraged, Young Siward challenges Macbeth, and they begin to duel.
During the fight, Macbeth manages to kill Young Siward.
After killing Young Siward, Macbeth arrogantly recounts how he fears no weapon, as they are all used by men who are born from a woman.