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kā'raka [ kAraka ]
1 mf ( ikā ) n. ( generally ifc. ) making, doing, acting, who or what does or produces or creates MBh. etc. ( cf. siṃha-k°, kṛtsna-k°, śilpa-k )
intending to act or do Pāṇ. 2-3, 70 Sch.
( am ), n. ' instrumental in bringing about the action denoted by a verb ( = kriyā-hetu or -nimitta ) ', the notion of a case ( but not co-extensive with the term case
there are six such relations accord. to Pāṇ., viz. karman, karaṇa, kartṛ, sampradāna, apâdāna, adhikaraṇa, qq. vv. The idea of the genitive case is not considered a kāraka, because it ordinarily expresses the relation of two nouns to each other, but not the relation of a noun and verb )
kā'raka-gupti [ kArakagupti ]
f. a sentence with a hidden subject Sāh
kā'raka-parîkṣā [ kArakaparIkSA ]
f. N. of wk. on the cases
kā'raka-vat [ kArakavat ]
mfn. ( Pāṇ. 5-2, 115 Vārtt. 2 ) relating to one who is active in anything W.
instrumental, causal W.
kā'raka-vāda [ kArakavAda ]
m. a treatise on the cases by Rudra
kā'raka-vicāra [ kArakavicAra ]
m. N. of wk.
kā'raka-hetu [ kArakahetu ]
m. the efficient cause
kārakânvitā [ kArakAnvitA ]
f. = kriyā Gal.
kāraka [ kAraka ]
2 n. hail-water L.