ÞatL.15.211: LRF alone read Þat; most other B witnesses have What, which may be the reason for the corrector's <+> in the left margin. is þe wille and wherfore · þat many wyȝte suffreth
.WhatM.15.207: M's original reading is not legible here. LRF read Þat. is þe wille . and wherefore . þat many wiȝt suffreth .
What is the wyll & wherfore , þat many wight suffreth
Wher is þe welle and wher-fore · þat many wight suffres
where ys þe wyll & wherfore þat many aG.16.205: C2 originally shared the majority B reading many, but a superlinear a has been added, bringing C2's reading into line with that of G O (i.e. many a). wyght sufferythe
Where is þe wille & wherfore þat many aO.15.205: GOC2 alone include a. wiȝt suffreþ
is wilR.15.225: After is alpha omits þe, which is
present in beta. and wherefore þat mony witR.15.225: R's wit is unique in form but probably represents the
same word as beta's wyȝte and F's whyȝt. Both
MED and OED2 document this spelling s. v.
wight. suffreth .
Þat is why & wherfore / for many whyȝt y-knoweþ.F.11.215: Bx reads "What is þe wille and wherfore þat many wight suffreþ." Alpha had omitted þe before wille, and L agrees with alpha in reading Þat in place of What, but the remaining differences are attributable to F.