CC Antya 5.144

yāhā haite anya puruṣa-sakala — ‘adhama’
sei haya ‘puruṣādhama’ — sarasvatīra mana
Word for word: 
yāhā haite — from whom; anya — other; puruṣa — persons; sakala — all; adhama — subordinate; sei — he; haya — is; puruṣa-adhama — the person under whom all others remain; sarasvatīra mana — the explanation of mother Sarasvatī.
Translation: 
“Mother Sarasvatī takes ‘puruṣādhama’ to mean ‘puruṣottama,’ ‘He to whom all men are subordinate.’