CC Antya 12.60

praśraya-pāgala śuddha-vaidagdhī nā jāne
antare sukhī hailā prabhu tāra sei guṇe
praśraya — due to indulgence; pāgala — foolish; śuddha — pure; vaidagdhī — etiquette; jāne — does not know; antare — within the heart; sukhī hailā — became very happy; prabhu — Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu; tāra — his; sei guṇe — by that attribute.
An intimate relationship sometimes makes a person overstep formal etiquette. Thus Parameśvara actually pleased the Lord in His heart by his simple and affectionate behavior.

Praśraya means affection, humility, faith, a demand for some special concession, or indulgence in such a concession. Pāgala means impudence, arrogance, and influence. Vaidagdhī means cunningness, humor, beauty, expertise, learning, tricky behavior, and indications.