Iago


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I•a•go

(iˈɑ goʊ)

n.
the villain in Shakespeare's play Othello (1604).
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Noun1.Iago - the villain in William Shakespeare's tragedy who tricked Othello into murdering his wife
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Thus the man, as well as the player, may condemn what he himself acts; nay, it is common to see vice sit as awkwardly on some men, as the character of Iago would on the honest face of Mr William Mills.
I expect that Shakespeare devised Iago with a gusto which he never knew when, weaving moonbeams with his fancy, he imagined Desdemona.
'Lear,' more terrible than the laughter of Iago in the tragedy of the Moor.
Porth Iago, Gwynedd "When I first visited the Llyn Peninsula's prettiest beach, back in 1998, access was along a muddy track to a clifftop field with an honesty box.
Speaking to North Wales Live, Mr ab Iago, whose son attends the school, said: "I just dropped him a message and asked if he would record a message, and he did.
Ideal for decorating space and for regular family life, Iago combines beauty with innovation, as the Soft Touch mechanism, in the 'relax' version, simultaneously opens the seat and backrest with the gentle touch of a finger.
The platforms here are the backrooms and bedrooms of Venetian high society where Iago's wife Emilia is an attendant to Othello's wife Desdemona.
Iago is the husband of Emilia, the attendant of Othello's wife Desdemona.
Moscow [Russia], June 26 ( ANI ): Iago Aspas' goal in the extra time booked Spain's seat in the elimination rounds of the ongoing 21st edition of the FIFA World Cup after they ended their last group stage match against already-eliminated Morocco 2-2 in Kaliningrad on Monday.
In those lines, Iago explains to his colleague Roderigo that in following the boss, he was merely following for a particular end.
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