And the couentes gardiner for to graft Impes
And þe couentes gardyner · for to graffen Impes
and the couventes gardener for gryftenG.6.139: Forms of "graft" with <t> (as G gryften beside remaining manuscripts graffe) are first recorded by the OED at the end of the fifteenth century (see OED graft, v.1). yp ympesG.6.139: There is a superscript <u> over the <y> of ympes.
AndO.5.139: OC2 alone lack þe before couentis. couentis gardener for to graffen Impes
And þe couentR.5.139:
R's uninflected form is unique; F and beta read a normal genitive, couentes. On the other hand, the R scribe may have taken the phrase couent gardinere as a compound noun. gardinere
for to graffe ympes .