krsir bhu-vacakah sabdo
nas ca nirvrti-vacakah
tayor aikyam param brahma
krsna ity abhidhiyate
krsih—the verbal root krs; bhu—attractive existence; vacakah—signifying; sabdah—word; nah—the syllable na; ca—and; nirvrti—spiritual pleasure; vacakah—indicating; tayoh—of both; aikyam—amalgamation; param—supreme; brahma—Absolute Truth; krsnah—Lord Krsna; iti—thus; abhidhiyate—is called.
" 'The word "krs" is the attractive feature of the Lord's existence, and "na" means spiritual pleasure. When the verb "krs" is added to the affix "na," it becomes "Krsna," which indicates the Absolute Truth.'
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