I shall now summarily explain the meaning of these words.
In this Panca-tattva, the bhakta-rupa (form of a devotee) is Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu, who formerly appeared as Lord Krishna, the son of Nanda Maharaja.
The bhakta-svarupa (devotional incarnation) is Lord Nityananda, who formerly appeared in Vrajabhumi as Lord Balarama.
The bhaktavatara (devotional manifestation) is Lord Advaita Acarya, who is not different from Lord Sadasiva .
The bhaktakhya (pure devotee) is Srivasa and the other great devotees as well.
The bhakta-sakti (devotional energy) is Gadadhara Pandita, the foremost of brahmanas.
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