SB 10.56.29-30

iti vijñāta-viijñānam
 ṛkṣa-rājānam acyutaḥ
vyājahāra mahā-rāja
 bhagavān devakī-sutaḥ
abhimṛśyāravindākṣaḥ
 pāṇinā śaṁ-kareṇa tam
kṛpayā parayā bhaktaṁ
 megha-gambhīrayā girā
Synonyms: 
iti — thus; vijñāta-vijñānam — who had understood the truth; ṛkṣa — of the bears; rājānam — to the king; acyutaḥ — Lord Kṛṣṇa; vyājahāra — spoke; mahā-rāja — O King (Parīkṣit); bhagavān — the Supreme Lord; devakī-suraḥ — the son of Devakī; abhimṛśya — touching; aravinda-akṣaḥ — lotus-eyed; pāṇinā — with His hand; śam — auspiciousness; kareṇa — which bestows; tam — to him; kṛpayā — with compassion; parayā — great; bhaktam — to His devotee; megha — like a cloud; gambhīrayā — deep; girā — in a voice.
Translation: 
[Śukadeva Gosvāmī continued:] O King, Lord Kṛṣṇa then addressed the king of the bears, who had understood the truth. The lotus-eyed Personality of Godhead, the son of Devakī, touched Jāmbavān with His hand, which bestows all blessings, and spoke to His devotee with sublime compassion, His grave voice deeply resounding like a cloud.