|Ādi-līlā||Chapter 16: The Pastimes of the Lord in His Childhood and Youth|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrī Caitanya Caritāmṛta Ādi 16.59
'dvitīya śrī-lakṣmī' — ihāń 'dvitīyatva' vidheya
samāse gauṇa haila, śabdārtha gela kṣaya
dvitīya śrī-lakṣmī — the word dvitīya-śrī-lakṣmī ("a second all-opulent goddess of fortune"); ihāń — this; dvitīyatva — the quality of being a second; vidheya — the unknown, which is to be explained; samāse — in the compound word; gauṇa — secondary; haila — became; śabda-artha — the word's intended meaning; gela — became; kṣaya — lost.
"In the word 'dvitīya-śrī-lakṣmī' ['a second all-opulent goddess of fortune'], the quality of being a second Lakṣmī is the unknown. In making this compound word, the meaning became secondary and the originally intended meaning was lost.
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