There as wratthe and wranglyngL.4.34: An otiose curl appears above the first <g>. is · þere wynne þei siluer
Þere as wratthe and wrangelynge is þere wynne þei syluer .
Ther as wrath & wrangling is , there get they syluer ,
Ther-as wraþe and wranglynge is . þer wynne þei siluer W.4.34:nota
there-as wraþþe and wranglynge is · there wynne þey seluer ·
Þer-as wrath and wranglyng is · þer wynne þey siluer
there as wrotheG.5.34: The G spelling wrothe might conceivably reflect rounding after w plus r, but if so it would be an exceptionally early example; see Dobson, English Pronunciation, section 53 and note 7. It seems more likely that what we have here is a nominal use of the adjective, see OED wroth, n.1. & wrastylyng ys þer wynne þei syluver
Þer as wraþþe & wranglyng is þere wynnenO.4.35: OC2 alone have the form wynnen; most B manuscripts have wynne. þei syluer
Þere-as wrathe and wranglyng is
þere wynne þei siluer .
& þere as wratthe / & wranglynge is / þere wynne þey siluer.