सम्पृक्ताविदुषा सा च मया दत्ता द्विजातये ॥ १६ ॥
bhraṣṭā gaur mama go-dhane
sampṛktāviduṣā sā ca
mayā dattā dvijātaye
Once a cow belonging to a certain first-class brāhmaṇa wandered away and entered my herd. Unaware of this, I gave that cow in charity to a different brāhmaṇa.
Śrīla Śrīdhara Svāmī explains that the term dvija-mukhya, “first-class brāhmaṇa,” here indicates a brāhmaṇa who has stopped accepting charity and would thus refuse to accept even one hundred thousand cows in exchange for the cow that had been improperly given away.