And awayted þorugh whiche weye . ...?...he myghte bigyleM.13.359:M's altered reading he myghte bigyle agrees only with Cr. B reads he myȝte best bigile; other B manuscripts read to bigile, which appears to have been M's original reading.
And awayte bi whych waye he myght begyle
& awaytyd yn whiche weye · his neyhbours tobegyleto begyleHm.13.359: The vellum is rough and stained over the end of this line and the next.
And a-waited thurgh which way to bigile
And IO.13.359: OC2 alone include I. awaytede þoruȝ . which . weye to bigyle
And awayted þoruȝ whitusR.13.377:
Whitus, "wits." Beta reads which wey to bigile instead
of R's more apt whitus weyus to begile. Cf. F's wit fele
wyȝes to be-gyle. weyus to begile .