(34) Morponius, Xersis pegn, forlet
pa scipa pe hie on farende waeron, & for to anre byrig on Boetium, Creca londe, & hie abraec.
he ure Drihten his pa halgan fet paer on paa eorpen besincan mannum to ecre gemynde].
Gesweotula nu purh searocreft pin sylfes weorc, Sodfest, sigorbeorth, ond sona forlet
Weall wid wealle.
Paer wearp Oddan bearn aerest on fleame, Godric fram guoe, and pone godan forlet
pe him manigne oft mearh gesealde; he gehleop pone eoh pe ahte his hlaford, on pam ger.dum pe hit riht ne waes, and his brooru mid him begen aerndon, Godwine and Godwig, guoe ne giemdon, ac wendon fram pam wige and pone wudu sohton, flugon on paet faesten and hira feore burgon, and manna ma ponne hit .nig m.p w.re (186-195) (There Godric, Odda's son, was first in the flight from battle.
Hwaethere he his folme forlet
to lifwrathe last weardian, earm ond eaxle.
(2) He forlet
pa Ipoet swurd stician on him 7 gewende him ut aet sumere opre duran, od Ipoet he eft becom to his agenum geferon.
(35) Pa midpyssere bene beseah heo to daere stowe daer heo paet cild aer forlet
, and gemette hit swa slapende swa heo hit aer gelede
26) Et dimissa turba ascendit in montem solus orare (Mt 14.23) 7 waes forleten l gelefed here astag in mor he ane to biddanne (Li) 7 pa forlet
para mengu astag on dune ane him gebiddan (Ru1) 7 pa he hig forlaeten haefde he eode on pone munt 7 hyne paer ana gebaed (WSCp) 'and when he had left them he went up on the hill and there prayed all by himself' 27) potestis bibere calicem quem ego bibiturus sum (Mt 20.22) magage drinca calic done ic drincende beom l drinca willo (Li) magon git dene kaelic drincan be ic drincande beom (Ru1) mage gyt drincan pone calic de ic to drincenne haebbe (WSCp) 'Can you drink of the cup that I shall drink of?.' 3.3.9.
13) se dang da ongann gefara vel gebege & geneolecdon da tuoelfo cuoedon him forlet
da\nhergas layette geeadon in da ceastra & londo dade ymb sint\nofcerdon daette hia gemoeton metto fordon her in stowe woestig woe\nsindon [Li Lk].
he ure Drihten his [thorn]a halgan fet [thorn]aer on [thorn]a eor[thorn]an besincan mannum to ecre let he our Lord his the holy feet there into the earth sink to men as eternal gemynde, [thorn]a he aefter his [thorn]aere halgan [thorn]rowunga his [thorn]a menniscan gecynd remembrance when he after his the holy passion his the human nature on heofenas laedon wolde, [thorn]onon he naefre onweg gewiten naes [thorn]urh his [thorn]a ecan into heaven lift would whence he never away go was not through His the eternal godcundnesse.