- śivaiṣodyantam ādityam
- abhirauty analānanā
- mām aṅga sārameyo 'yam
- abhirebhaty abhīruvat
śivā—jackal; eṣā—this; udyantam—rising; ādityam—unto the sun; abhi—towards; rauti—crying; anala—fire; ānanā—face; mām—unto me; aṅga—O Bhīma; sārameyaḥ—dog; ayam—this; abhirebhati—barks towards; abhīru-vat—without fear.
Just see, O Bhīma, how the she jackal cries at the rising sun and vomits fire, and how the dog barks at me fearlessly.
These are some bad omens indicating something undesirable in the near future.