Yet houed ther an hundred in hownes of silke
¶ ȝit houed there an hundryd in huresHm.P.208: Hures, "head coverings, caps" (OF). of selk
¶ Yet houed ther an hondred in howues of silke
¶ Ȝet houedenO.P.211: O alone has the form houeden; most B manuscripts have houed. þere an hundred in howues of silk
¶R.P.84: The paraph marker for this
strophe was either partially erased or badly rubbed.
Ȝeet houed þere an hundreth in houues of silke
/ [¶] Ȝit hovede þere an hundred / in howfes on Molde.F.1.202: The scribe was perhaps confused by howfes, "coifs." Bx reads "in howues of selk."