Thus he likeneth in hys logyke , the lest fowle out ,
thus he lykneth yn his logykeHm.12.576: There is an ink blot above logyk. · the le...ste foule oute
Thus he liknes in his logik the lest foule of oute
thuvs he lykenethe hyn hys logyk þe leeste soghellG.13.271: The G scribe, or an ancestor of this scribe, presumably interpreted Bx foule as a form of "soul," hence soghell. ouvte
Þus he likeneth in his glosingeR.12.271: R's non-alliterating stave, glosinge, is descended from
alpha. Cf. F's glose and beta's logyk. Although the
line is partially revised in the C version, the key term, logyk, agrees with beta's stave word. þe lest foule oute .
Þe larke he lykneþ in his gloseF.9.386: Alpha is responsible for glose. Beta manuscripts and C have logik. R has glosing. / þe leeste foul owte.