Gītārtha Saṃgraha verse 16

bhakteḥ śraiṣṭyam-upāya-uktir-aśaktasya-ātma-niṣṭhatā ।
tat-prakāra-astu-ati-prītir-bhakte dvādaśa ucyate ॥

bhakti - attachment, devotion; fondness for, devotion to, trust, homage, worship, piety, faith or love or devotion (as a religious principle or means of salvation, together with karma, ‘works’, and jñāna, ‘spiritual knowledge'.śraiṣṭhya - superiority, preeminence amongupāya - approach, coming near; that by which one reaches one's aim, a means, way, stratagem, craftukti - sentence, proclamation, speech, expression, word; a worthy speech or wordasakta - free from ties, independent; unattached or indifferent toātman - essence; the highest personal principle of life; the individual soul, selfniṣṭhā - firmness, steadiness, skill in, familiarity with, certain knowledge oftat - that, thisprakāra - sort, kind, nature, class, species, way, mode, manner;astu - let it be, be it so; there must be or should beati - passing, going, beyond; excessively, too, exceedingly, veryprīti - any pleasurable sensation, pleasure, joy, gladness, satisfactiondvādaśa - twelve; the twelfthucyate - be spoken or said, or told, or uttered