Lyinge and laughynge , and lefe tonge to chyde
lyȝinge and lauhinge · and leefe tongge to chideHm.13.320-322: The vellum is rough and stained over the middle of this line and the next two.
Lyinge and laughyng · and leue tonge to chide
lyeyng & laghyng and aG.14.322: Kane and Donaldson state that G's added <a> is "above line main ink" but in fact the ink is brown. leeuve tong to chyde
lakkyngeR.13.337: R's lakkynge is an alpha variant; cf. beta's erroneous
laughynge. a lef tonge to chide .R.13.337: R shows two small unique features in reading this line: (1)
where the other manuscripts read and in the a-verse, R has or; (2) where most of the others read and at the head of the
b-verse, R has a (cf. G's and a and F's & with a).
With lyenge / & lakkyngeF.10.333: Lakkynge is from alpha. Beta witnesses attest erroneous laughynge. / & with a leef tunge to chyde.