CC Madhya 24.10

ekādaśa pada ei śloke sunirmala
pṛthak nānā artha pade kare jhalamala
Word for word: 
ekādaśa pada — eleven words; ei — this; śloke — in the verse; su-nirmala — very clear; pṛthak — separately; nānā — various; artha — meanings; pade — in each word; kare jhalamala — are glittering.
Translation: 
“There are eleven clear words in this verse, but when they are studied separately, various meanings glitter from each word.
Purport: 

The eleven separate words are (1) ātmārāmāḥ, (2) ca, (3) munayaḥ, (4) nirgranthāḥ, (5) api, (6) urukrame, (7) kurvanti, (8) ahaitukīm, (9) bhaktim, (10) ittham-bhūta-guṇaḥ, and (11) hariḥ. Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu will explain the different connotations and imports of these words.