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Othello \o-thello, oth(el)-lo\

Othello as a boy's name is a variant of Otto (Old German), and the meaning of Othello is "wealth".
Atwell, Odell, Atholl.

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Examples of usage for othello:

  1. Or take, again, the story of the Southern colonel who was conducted to the theatre to see Salvini's Othello – America To-day, Observations and Reflections by William Archer
  2. " My heart is turned to stone," Othello act iv. – A Key to Lord Tennyson's 'In Memoriam' by Alfred Gatty
  3. I admire Othello but he does not seem to me to live the august, everyday life of a Hamlet, who has the time to live because he does not act. – Life and Writings of Maurice Maeterlinck by Jethro Bithell

Quotes for othello:

  1. I've played almost every lead character from Henry VI to Othello. I'm dying to tackle Richard III sometime.
  2. I'd like to do more Shakespeare. I'd like to do Iago in Othello. I look so benign. It would be interesting to see that black evil come out of my soul.
  3. A character I would love to play is Iago, from Othello.
  4. I played Othello, but I didn't sit around thinking how Laurence Olivier did it when he played it. That wouldn't do me any good.

Rhymes for othello:

  1. bellow, cello, fellow, jello, mellow, yellow, melo, mello;
  2. morello, carmelo, deangelo, capello, marcello, marcelo, otello, costello, martello;
  3. pirandello, fiorello, diangelo, celo, monticello;