Enuye and euyl wyll was in the Iewes
¶ Enuye and yuel · wille was In the Iewes
Enuye and euel wil arenR.16.142: R's aren is unique but outweighs the consensus of F and
the beta copies (which have was) on account of the latter's defective
alliteration. A majority of C manuscripts (= ern,
preterite of rennen) also support this reading. See Kane and Donaldson, p.
186, for discussion of the forms. in þe iewes .