CC Madhya 6.275
- yadyapi ‘mukti’-śabdera haya pañca vṛtti
- rūḍhi-vṛttye kahe tabu ‘sāyujye’ pratīti
yadyapi—although; mukti-śabdera—of the word mukti; haya—there are; pañca vṛtti—five meanings; rūḍhi-vṛttye—by the chief or direct meaning; kahe—it says; tabu—still; sāyujye—to become one with the Supreme; pratīti—the conception.
“The word ‘mukti’ refers to five kinds of liberation. But its direct meaning usually conveys the idea of becoming one with the Lord.