CC Madhya 24.19

‘urukrama’-śabde kahe, baḍa yāṅra krama
‘krama’-śabde kahe ei pāda-vikṣepaṇa
Synonyms: 
urukrama-śabde — by the word urukrama; kahe — one means; baḍa — great; yāṅra — whose; krama — step; krama-śabde — by the word krama; kahe — one means; ei — this; pāda-vikṣepaṇa — throwing forth of the foot.
Translation: 
“The word ‘urukrama’ refers to one whose krama [step] is great. The word ‘krama’ means ‘throwing the foot forward,’ that is, ‘stepping.’