yow leste, it may please you, in l. 111, is the usual idiom.
If I do not come to yow at fyve, you are not to tarry for me, but to fall on.
If I had any thing heare that could pleasure yow, yow should frely command it.
yow say, It is nott so; but I will wynne it throw my awin werkis.
And, God willing, yow shall not want to heare from me soe often as I fynd fit conveance.
In MS. G, "that yow and all they that hes done, and dois as ye do, sall."
Item, Gif it shalbe askit of yow how the armyes shalbe fournissed with victuallis, and especiallie the horse men?
Now then, what are yow gimbling (grinning) at, young mester?
But”, said he, “do yow pretend to comence any processe against them?
“yow pitched me in dam and set dawg at me,” cried the fellow again.
exclamation, with various meanings, mid-15c.