सख्युरंसे भुजाभोगं प्रसार्यावस्थितो हरि: ॥ ८ ॥
sakhyur aṁse bhujābhogaṁ
iti — speaking thus; āsphotya — slapping His arms; acyutaḥ — the infallible Lord; ariṣṭam — Ariṣṭāsura; tala — from His palms; śabdena — with the sound; kopayan — angering; sakhyuḥ — of a friend; aṁse — over the shoulder; bhuja — His arm; ābhogam — (which is like) a serpent’s body; prasārya — throwing; avasthitaḥ — was standing; hariḥ — Lord Hari.
Having spoken these words, the infallible Lord Hari slapped His arms with His palms, further angering Ariṣṭa with the loud sound. The Lord then casually threw His mighty, serpentine arm over the shoulder of a friend and stood facing the demon.
Lord Kṛṣṇa showed His contempt for the ignorant demon.