CC Madhya 24.71

‘brahma’ śabdera artha — tattva sarva-bṛhattama
svarūpa aiśvarya kari’ nāhi yāṅra sama
Synonyms: 
brahma — brahma; śabdera artha — the meaning of the word; tattva — the truth; sarva-bṛhat-tama — the summum bonum among relative truths; svarūpa — the original identity; aiśvarya — opulence; kari’ — accepting; nāhi — not; yāṅra — whose; sama — equal.
Translation: 
“The word ‘brahma’ indicates the summum bonum, the Absolute Truth, which is greater than all other truths. It is the original identity, and there can be nothing equal to that Absolute Truth.