Sinne against saint Spirite , assenten to destroyen
Synnen ayein seint spirit · assenten to destruye
SynegenR.17.242: R's synegen is listed by
OED2, s. v.
sin (v.) as a variant of the infinitive form of sin for
the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. Cf. R.17.254:
below, where the past participle, syneged, is used, and R.18.223:, where synege occurs. MED,
sinnen, offers a number of citations for synegen and
its inflected forms, but virtually all are from various Piers Plowman
manuscripts of all three versions (e.g., Laud 581, Hm 137, and Vernon). aȝeyne þe
seint spiriȝt assente to destruye .
SengenF.13.341: Sengen, "sin" (infinitive). a-geyn þe seynt spiryt / assenten / to distroye.