Sāṃkhya Kārikā verse 11

triguṇam-aviveki viṣayaḥ sāmānyam-acetanaṃ prasava-dharmi |
vyaktaṃ tathā pradhānaṃ tat-viparitaḥ tathā ca pumān ||

tri - threeguṇa - an ingredient or constituent or attribute of nature; a property or characteristic of all created things; qualities; a quality, peculiarity, attribute or property; the peculiar properties of the lettersaviveka - absence of judgement or discrimination; non-separation, non-distinctionviṣaya - an object of sense; anything perceptible by the senses; any object of affection or concern or attentionsāmānya - general, generic, not specific, alike, similardharmīn - substratumvyakta - caused to appear, manifested, apparent, visible, evidentpradhāna - the principal or first, chief, head of, prime, major; the most important or essential part; unevolved or root of matter, original source; the creative principle of naturetat - that, thisviparīta - turned round, reversed, inverted; being the reverse of anything, acting in a contrary manner, opposite, contrary to; going asunder or in different directions, various, differentacetana - without consciousness, inanimate; unconscious, insensible, senselesstathā - so, like, after that manner.ca - andpumān - spirit; person; man