SB 4.5.3

tato ’tikāyas tanuvā spṛśan divaṁ
 sahasra-bāhur ghana-ruk tri-sūrya-dṛk
karāla-daṁṣṭro jvalad-agni-mūrdhajaḥ
 kapāla-mālī vividhodyatāyudhaḥ
Synonyms: 
tataḥ — at this time; atikāyaḥ — a great personality (Vīrabhadra); tanuvā — with his body; spṛśan — touching; divam — the sky; sahasra — a thousand; bāhuḥ — arms; ghana-ruk — of black color; tri-sūrya-dṛk — as bright as three suns combined; karāla-daṁṣṭraḥ — having very fearful teeth; jvalat-agni — (like) burning fire; mūrdhajaḥ — having hair on his head; kapāla-mālī — garlanded with men’s heads; vividha — various kinds; udyata — upraised; āyudhaḥ — equipped with weapons.
Translation: 
A fearful black demon as high as the sky and as bright as three suns combined was thereby created, his teeth very fearful and the hairs on his head like burning fire. He had thousands of arms, equipped with various weapons, and he was garlanded with the heads of men.