AyM.9.57: The scribe originally wrote A as a form of And, the reading of W, and another hand has filled the space after the initial letter to read Ay, a reading not elsewhere attested. Other B manuscripts read Ac or But. in þe herte is hire home and hire mooste reste
And in the hert is hir home and hir most rest
And in þe herte is his hom · and his most reste
Ac in þe herte is hire home and hire moste reste .
But in þe herte . ys here hoom / & hereF.6.183: F rarely writes here for singular "her." However, since he probably did not recognize he in the preceding b-verse as "she," he probably took here in both cases to be plural "their," referring to "Inwit & alle wittys." moost reste.