sollit gollstǫfum ‘embellished [lit. swollen] with golden letters’: Normalisation of B’s ‘sullet’ is necessary to preserve the correct sequence of vowels in a Class III strong verb (cf. ANG §489). This in turn necessitates normalisation to goll- in order to preserve the rhyme. Although goll and gull coexisted for a while (ANG §61.1), goll was the more usual form in the early period. For the sake of consistency, gullstǫfum in 7/8 has also been normalised to gollstǫfum, though the rhyme is not affected there.