A Midsummer Night's Dream

What is the double meaning of "give me your hands, if we be friends"?

Act 5, scene 1. Lines 418-433 by Puck

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I know one of the obvious meanings is that Puck is asking for someone`s trust, most likely the person he is speaking too.
One meaning is that Puck is asking for the audience to applaud the play, because shakespeare obviously wrote this play to be performed live