CC Madhya 16.177

pratīta kariye — yadi nirastra hañā
āsibeka pāṅca-sāta bhṛtya saṅge lañā?”
Word for word: 
pratīta — understood; kariye — I make; yadi — if; nirastra hañā — being without weapons; āsibeka — he will come; pāṅca-sāta — five to seven; bhṛtya — servants; saṅge — in company; lañā — taking.
Translation: 
“However, let me make it understood that he should come here without weapons. He may bring with him five or seven servants.”