SB 11.30.8

brāhmaṇāṁs tu mahā-bhāgān
 kṛta-svastyayanā vayam
go-bhū-hiraṇya-vāsobhir
 gajāśva-ratha-veśmabhiḥ
Word for word: 
brāhmaṇān — the brāhmaṇas; tu — and; mahā-bhāgān — greatly fortunate; kṛta — having performed; svasti-ayanāḥ — the ceremonies for good fortune; vayam — we; go — with cows; bhū — land; hiraṇya — gold; vāsobhiḥ — and clothing; gaja — with elephants; aśva — horses; ratha — chariots; veśmabhiḥ — and houses.
Translation: 
After performing the expiatory rituals with the help of greatly fortunate brāhmaṇas, we will worship those brāhmaṇas by offering them cows, land, gold, clothing, elephants, horses, chariots and dwelling places.