CC Antya 3.199

haridāsa kahena, — “yadi nāmābhāse ‘mukti’ naya
tabe āmāra nāka kāṭimu, — ei suniścaya”
Word for word: 
haridāsa kahena — Haridāsa Ṭhākura said; yadi — if; nāma-ābhāse — simply by the awakening of the holy name of the Lord; mukti naya — mukti is not available; tabe — then; āmāra — my; nāka — nose; kāṭimu — I shall cut off; ei — this; suniścaya — certain.
Translation: 
Then Haridāsa Ṭhākura accepted the challenge offered by Gopāla Cakravartī. “If by nāmābhāsa liberation is not available,” he said, “certainly I shall cut off my nose.”