CC Madhya 23.60

citra-jalpera daśa aṅga — prajalpādi-nāma
‘bhramara-gītā’ra daśa śloka tāhāte pramāṇa
Word for word: 
citra-jalpera — of the mad talks; daśa — ten; aṅga — parts; prajalpa-ādi-nāma — named prajalpa and so on; bhramara-gītāra — of Rādhārāṇī’s talks with the bumblebee (Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam, Canto Ten, chapter forty-seven); daśa śloka — ten verses; tāhāte — in that matter; pramāṇa — the evidence.
Translation: 
“Mad emotional talks include ten divisions, called prajalpa and other names. An example of this is the ten verses spoken by Śrīmatī Rādhārāṇī called ‘The Song to the Bumblebee.’
Purport: 

Imaginative mad talks, known as citra-jalpa, can be divided into ten categories — prajalpa, parijalpa, vijalpa, ujjalpa, sañjalpa, avajalpa, abhijalpa, ājalpa, pratijalpa and sujalpa. There are no English equivalents for these different features of jalpa (imaginative talk).