For lomerL.20.237: The gloss id est sepius is written over lomer. he lyeth · þat lyflode mote begge
.id est. sepiusM.20.237: This gloss on lomer also appears in L.
For Lomer he lyeth that lyuelode might begge ,
for lymerl[o]merHm.20.237: Lomer, "more often" <OE gelome. he lyeþ · þat lyflode moot begge
For lomer he lyeth · þat liflod mote begge
for lomngereG.21.235: The alteration from lomere to longere does not appear to have been made by the original scribe. Hand3 seems the most likely candidate. he lyethe / þat lyuvelood mot bygge
For lomer he lijþ þat lijflode mote biggeO.20.235: GO alone have bygge; most B manuscripts have begge.