Here again, s-ynt is used as if it were dissyllabic; see ll.
Since hadde is here the subjunctive mood, it is dissyllabic.
I have tried to give a little of it by the use of dissyllabic rhymes.
The number of dissyllabic measures is, of necessity, limited to two.
Cause and wolde are dissyllabic; and brybe, to rob, is a verb.
That the dissyllabic measures are, in English, commoner than the trisyllabic.
We also find this dissyllabic pronunciation in such words as born, morn, horn, &c.
All such words may be considered as primitives, although some of them may be contractions of dissyllabic words.
But in l. 231 the accent is thrown back, and it is dissyllabic, as in modern English.
The primary division of the English measures is into the dissyllabic and the trisyllabic.