Readings for line KD.1.138

Ȝet haue I no kynde knowing quod I · ȝet mote ȝe kenne me better
...Yet haue I no kynde knowynge quod I  ...?...yet mote ye kenne me b....ettre
I haue no kind knowing quod I , ye mote me ken better
YetW.1.138: The mark over line-initial <Y> resembling a nota abbreviation is to distinguish the letter from capital <Þ>. haue I no kynde knowyng quod I . ye mote kenne me bettre
ȝit haue y no kynde knowyngȝyt kenne me bettre
yhet haue I no kynde knowyng quod I · yhet mote ye kene me bettre
yet hauve I no kynd knowyng yet must ye kenne me bettre
Ȝit haue I no kynde knowyng quod I  ȝit mote ȝe kenne me better
¶ I haueR.1.138: For alpha's I haue, beta reads Ȝet haue I, which is also the reading of Ax. However, the reading of alpha agrees with that of Cx. no kende knowyng quatz I  ȝette mote I lerneR.1.138: Once more, R's (and alpha's) third stave was defective in alliteration; cf. beta's b-verse, which offers ȝet mote ȝe kenne me to R's ȝette mote I lerne. Beta's reading agrees with that of the other two versions. bettre .
I have no kyȝnde knowynge quod y  y coueyte lerne bettre.F.2.134: Alpha is responsible for the b-verse. Beta manuscripts have "yet mote ye kenne me bettre." R reads "ȝette mote I lerne bettre."