SB 10.59.14

tān pīṭha-mukhyān anayad yama-kṣayaṁ
 nikṛtta-śīrṣoru-bhujāṅghri-varmaṇaḥ
svānīka-pān acyuta-cakra-sāyakais
 tathā nirastān narako dharā-sutaḥ
nirīkṣya durmarṣaṇa āsravan-madair
 gajaiḥ payodhi-prabhavair nirākramāt
Synonyms: 
tān — them; pīṭha-mukhyān — headed by Pīṭha; anayat — He sent; yama — of Yamarāja, the lord of death; kṣayam — to the abode; nikṛtta — cut off; śīrṣa — their heads; ūru — thighs; bhuja — arms; aṅghri — legs; varmaṇaḥ — and armor; sva — his; anīka — of the army; pān — the leaders; acyuta — of Lord Kṛṣṇa; cakra — by the disc; sāyakaiḥ — and arrows; tathā — thus; nirastān — removed; narakaḥ — Bhauma; dharā — of the goddess of the earth; sutaḥ — the son; nirīkṣya — seeing; durmarṣaṇaḥ — unable to tolerate; āsravat — exuding; madaiḥ — a viscous secretion produced from the foreheads of excited elephants; gajaiḥ — with elephants; payaḥ-dhi — from the Ocean of Milk; prabhavaiḥ — born; nirākramāt — he came out.
Translation: 
The Lord severed the heads, thighs, arms, legs and armor of these opponents led by Pīṭha and sent them all to the abode of Yamarāja. Narakāsura, the son of the earth, could not contain his fury when he saw the fate of his military leaders. Thus he went out of the citadel with elephants born from the Milk Ocean who were exuding mada from their foreheads out of excitement.