And prayed hyr pituously pray for my synnes
And prayed hir pitously · praye for my synnes
& prayd hyr pytuouvsly toG.2.81: The G Hm R F H reading "piteously to" (for remaining manuscripts "piteously"), is also the reading of the majority
of A manuscripts, and is adopted by Kane and Donaldson. pray for my synnes
And preyed hire pytously to preyeR.1.82: For alpha's to preye, beta reads simply prey. Alpha's reading is supported by
that of Ax. for my synnes .