And sythe with thy selfe sonne in our suite didestdi[e]dest ,
¶ And siþþe wiþ þi selue sone . in oure secteW.5.500: W alone reads secte. Other B witnesses read sute. deidest
¶ And sitthe with þeR.5.503:
R's þe selue sone (= "the Son Himself") is unique and probably signifies
nothing more than a casual error by the scribe for Bx's þi-self sone ("Thine own Son"). selue sone
in oure seute dyedest .