Is this phrase an insult and a rose by anyother namewould smell as sweet?

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No. The phrase "a rose by any other name would smell as sweet" is from Romeo and Juliet, where Juliet remarks that she would love Romeo as much whatever his name (and by extension his familial obligation) is. It juxtaposes with her lament, "wherefore art thou Romeo" (i.e. "why are you Romeo", a Montague, as opposed to someone else, a member of some other family with whom the Capulets have no disagreement).
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