- damaghoṣa-sutaḥ pāpa
- ārabhya kala-bhāṣaṇāt
- sampraty amarṣī govinde
- dantavakraś ca durmatiḥ
damaghoṣa-sutaḥ—Śiśupāla, the son of Damaghoṣa; pāpaḥ—sinful; ārabhya—beginning; kala-bhāṣaṇāt—from the unclear speech of a child; samprati—even until now; amarṣī—envious; govinde—toward Śrī Kṛṣṇa; dantavakraḥ—Dantavakra; ca—also; durmatiḥ—evil-minded.
From the very beginning of his childhood, when he could not even speak properly, Śiśupāla, the most sinful son of Damaghoṣa, began blaspheming the Lord, and he continued to be envious of Śrī Kṛṣṇa until death. Similarly, his brother Dantavakra continued the same habits.