SB 5.2.23

samparete pitari nava bhrātaro meru-duhitṝr merudevīṁ pratirūpām ugradaṁṣṭrīṁ latāṁ ramyāṁ śyāmāṁ nārīṁ bhadrāṁ devavītim iti saṁjñā navodavahan.
Synonyms: 
samparete pitari — after the departure of their father; nava — nine; bhrātaraḥ — brothers; meru-duhitṝḥ — the daughters of Meru; merudevīm — Merudevī; prati-rūpām — Pratirūpā; ugra-daṁṣṭrīm — Ugradaṁṣṭrī; latām — Latā; ramyām — Ramyā; śyāmām — Śyāmā; nārīm — Nārī; bhadrām — Bhadrā; deva-vītim — Devavīti; iti — thus; saṁjñāḥ — the names; nava — nine; udavahan — married.
Translation: 
After the departure of their father, the nine brothers married the nine daughters of Meru named Merudevī, Pratirūpā, Ugradaṁṣṭrī, Latā, Ramyā, Śyāmā, Nārī, Bhadrā and Devavīti.
Purport: 

Thus end the Bhaktivedanta purports of the Fifth Canto, Second Chapter, of the Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam, entitled “The Activities of Mahārāja Āgnīdhra.”