Readings for line KD.12.25

Ac if þere were any wight · þat wolde me telle
Ac if þere were any wight  that wolde me telle
And if there were any wyght that would me tel
Ac if þer were any wight . þat wolde me telle
ac ȝif þere were any wygth · þat wolde me telle ·
And if ther were any wight · that walde me telle
butt yff þer were any wyght þat wold me tell
Ac if þer were any wyȝt  þat wolde me telle
ȜifR.12.27: The evidence of both beta and F indicates that R has here dropped a word; F begins the line Nou if, while beta begins it Ac if. þere were any witR.12.27: This is a unique form in R; most of the other manuscripts have wight. However, R's wit probably does not represent a substantive difference from the majority reading. OED2, s. v. wight, documents wyt(e) for the fifteenth century and wite for the fourteenth century as variant spellings of wight. MED, s. v. wight, also lists wit(e) as a variant spelling but offers only one example, from the thirteenth century.  þat wolde me telle .
Nou if þere where ony wyht / þat wolde me telle.