Sri Matre Namaha
Kanakangada-keyura-kamaniya-bhujanvita – The thirty first name in Lalitha Sahasranamam.
Kanakmevaangadam yesam taih keyuraih kamniya bhujah taih anivta, or Kanakamayaih angadaih Keyuraisca Kamaniyah bhujaih anvita
She whose beautiful arms are covered with ornaments made with gold or ornaments called angada and keyura (bracelets). Due to difference in the shape of the angada and keyura it may also mean different ornaments. Hence in the Bramhottara Kanda and AgP, they are expressed simultaneously.
Kanaka – golden, angada – bangles or bracelets. Keyura is a type of ornament worn in the upper arms. She is wearing these ornaments. Possibly this could mean the following. Both these ornaments are made out of gold and worn in the arms. Though they differ in form, the ingredient gold is the same in both. The forms of livings beings are different, but the innermost is the same Brahman.