Lord quod I if any wight wyt , whither out it groweth
Lord quod I if any wight · wite whider out it growes
Lord quod I if any wiȝt wite
whoder-outR.16.12: R's whoder is a unique
form among the B manuscripts (which mainly attest whider) but is well-attested as a western form of that adverb (LALME, dot map 576). R's þat is probably an alpha form since F's
altered b-verse also attests its presence at approximately the same position but beta shows
no evidence of its presence.
Beta omits þat. it groweth .