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"Ask for me tomorrow, and you shall find me a grave man"
Mercutio is dying but is still able to create humour through puns. Grave means both sad and dead.
"A gentleman of the very first house"
Mercutio appreciates Tybalt's fighting skill and his finesse.
"Lisping, Affecting Phantasmine"
It is someone who speaks weirdly. Mercutio is mocking the tone of Tybalts voice and the language he uses.
"Now art thou sociable. Now art thou Romeo. Now art thou what thou art"
Mercutio is thankful that Romeo hs gotten over Rosaline after meeting Juliet and falling in love with her.
"tybalt you rat catcher, will you walk?"
Tybalt is compared to Tybalt prince of cats. Mercutio is fighting on Romeo's behalf.