Vuccate, seṭṭhaṭṭhena tāva niddosabhāvena cettha brahmavihāratā veditabbā.
Ñ(IX,106): It may be replied: The divineness of the abiding (brahmavihāratā) should be understood here in the sense of best and in the sense of immaculate.
Sattesu sammāpaṭipattibhāvena hi seṭṭhā ete vihārā.
Ñ: For these abidings are the best in being the right attitude towards beings.
Yathā ca brahmāno niddosacittā viharanti,
Ñ: And just as Brahmā gods abide with immaculate minds,
evaṃ etehi sampayuttā yogino brahmasamā hutvā viharantīti seṭṭhaṭṭhena niddosabhāvena ca brahmavihārāti vuccanti.
与此等（四梵住）相应的瑜伽者则等于诸梵天而住。所以说依最胜之义及无过失而称为「梵住」。 [PTS 321]
Ñ: so the meditators who associate themselves with these abidings abide on an equal footing with Brahmā gods. So they are called divine abidings in the sense of best and in the sense of immaculate.