ahimsā satyam akrodhas tyāgaḥ śāntir apaiśunam
dayā bhūteṣu aloluptvaṁ mārdavaṁ hrīr acāpalam
satyam -truthfulness in
akrodhas -that freedom from anger
tyāgaḥ -personal sacrifice made
śāntir -for peace
apaiśunam-away from the (apa i) dog-like behavior (sunam)
dayā -mercy of the
bhūteṣu-the living entity
aloluptvaṁ -through inquiry rejected (alo luptvam)
mārdavaṁ -for gentleness
hrīr -so is rejoiced/gladdened (also hrsito 11.45)
acāpalam-for denying (aca apalam (deny/reject). [There are many words in Telugu dictionary that start with aca or uda, or sva, opi, avya)]
Non-violence truthfulness in that freedom from anger, personal sacrifice made for peace, away from the dog like behavior, mercy of the living entity. Through inquiry rejected for gentleness, so is rejoiced, gladdened for denying.
I see all the terms, however how it is relevant to non-violence. The meaning I have says, it the truth of freedom from anger.