Ne to be mayre aboue men , ne minister vnder kinges
Ne to be a mair abouen men · ne mynister vndir kynges
Ne to be a meyr abouen men ne mynystre vndir kyngO.14.294: OC2 alone have the singular form.
Ne for toR.14.308: R's Ne for to is a unique version of this line's opening.
F reads Ne as while beta has Ne to. Cx agrees with beta on this phrase. be a meyre
ouereR.14.308: R's ouere is unique; F reads on while
beta has aboue. Cx agrees with R. men
ne ministre vnder kynges
Ne as a Meyȝr onF.10.765: R has ouer, and given beta's synonymous aboue, F's on probably reflects either a failure in his exemplar to provide the suspension above <ou> or his own oversight. men / ne mynstre vndir kyngis.