And sithenes selle it aȝein · and saue þe wynnygewynny[n]ge
And sythen sell it againe , and saue the wynnynge
And siþen selle it ayein · and saue þe wynnyng
And sitthenus sellen it vsR.7.25:
R's vs is a unique addition to the text of Bx, which
agrees here with that of Ax and Cx.
aȝeyn and sauen þe wynnynges .R.7.25: Beta shows a singular form, wynnyge. The Ax reading agrees with beta's, but the C manuscripts are split, a
majority (including the best witnesses in both major families) agreeing with alpha's plural
while a minority supports beta.
& sytthe to sellyn it a-geyn / & savyn þe wynnynggys.F.5.1009: Alpha is responsible for the plural form.