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SB 10.64.13

payasvinīs taruṇīḥ śīla-rūpa-
 guṇopapannāḥ kapilā hema-sṛṅgīḥ
nyāyārjitā rūpya-khurāḥ sa-vatsā
 dukūla-mālābharaṇā dadāv aham
Synonyms: 
payaḥ-vinīḥ — having milk; taruṇīḥ — young; śīla — with good behavior; rūpa — beauty; guṇa — and other qualities; upapannāḥ — endowed; kapilāḥ — brown; hema — gold; śṛṅgīḥ — with horns; nyāya — fairly; arjitāḥ — earned; rūpya — silver; khurāḥ — with hooves; sa-vatsāḥ — together with their calves; dukūla — fine cloth; mālā — with garlands; ābharaṇāḥ — adorned; dadau — gave; aham — I.
Translation: 
Young, brown, milk-laden cows, who were well-behaved, beautiful and endowed with good qualities, who were all acquired honestly, and who had gilded horns, silver-plated hooves and decorations of fine ornamental cloths and garlands — such were the cows, along with their calves, that I gave in charity.