For charitie without chalengynge , vnchargeth þe soule
For charite with-outen chalangyng · vncharges þe soule
FoR.15.379: Neither MED nor OED2, s. v.
for, cites an example of fo as viable for the
preposition signified here, but it occurs in R in four widely separated contexts (cf. R2.64,
R14.60, and R20.224) and probably represents an instance of idiolect apocope. Cf. R's common
use of fro (= ModE "from") and mo (= ModE
"more"). charite with-oute chalengynge .
vnchargeth .R.15.379: R uniquely omits the end of Bx's b-verse: þe soule.