SB 8.18.24-25

mauñjyā mekhalayā vītam
 upavītājinottaram
jaṭilaṁ vāmanaṁ vipraṁ
 māyā-māṇavakaṁ harim
praviṣṭaṁ vīkṣya bhṛgavaḥ
 saśiṣyās te sahāgnibhiḥ
pratyagṛhṇan samutthāya
 saṅkṣiptās tasya tejasā
Synonyms: 
mauñjyā — made of muñja straw; mekhalayā — with a belt; vītam — circled; upavīta — sacred thread; ajina-uttaram — wearing a deerskin upper garment; jaṭilam — having matted locks of hair; vāmanam — Lord Vāmana; vipram — a brāhmaṇa; māyā-māṇavakam — the illusory son of a human being; harim — the Supreme Personality of Godhead; praviṣṭam — entered; vīkṣya — seeing; bhṛgavaḥ — the priests who were descendants of Bhṛgu; sa-śiṣyāḥ — with their disciples; te — all of them; saha-agnibhiḥ — with the fire sacrifice; pratyagṛhṇan — properly welcomed; samutthāya — standing up; saṅkṣiptāḥ — being diminished; tasya — His; tejasā — by brilliance.
Translation: 
Appearing as a brāhmaṇa boy, wearing a belt of straw, a sacred thread, an upper garment of deerskin, and matted locks of hair, Lord Vāmanadeva entered the arena of sacrifice. His brilliant effulgence diminished the brilliance of all the priests and their disciples, who thus stood from their seats and welcomed the Lord properly by offering obeisances.