Yeldynge for thys thynge at one yeres end ,
¶ Yeldynge for þis þyng . at one dayes tymeW.2.107: W alone reads dayes tyme. All other B manuscripts have yeres ende.
yeldyng for this thyng · at one yeres ende
yeldyng for thys thyngG.3.107: Kane and Donaldson read thyg but the word should probably be read as thyng. There is plenty of space for an <n>, it just that, as is often the case in this manuscript, the minims are poorly defined. att on yers end
Ȝeldynge for þis þing at oon ȝeres endeO.2.106: The letter <d> is rewritten in the left margin, apparently because the <d> in Ȝeldynge is spoiled by an inkblot.