Sāṃkhya Kārikā verse 14

avivekyādiḥ siddhaḥ tri-guṇyāt-tat-viparyaya-abhāvāt |
kāraṇa-guṇa-ātmakatvāt-kāryasya-avyaktam-api siddham ||

aviveka - absence of judgement or discrimination; non-separation, non-distinctionsiddhi - accomplishment, performance, fulfilment, attainment, success; the hitting of a mark; coming into force, validity; any unusual skill or faculty or capability; the acquisition of supernatural powers by magical means or the faculty so acquiredtri - 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 letterstat - that, thisviparyaya - wrong perception, misapprehension, error, mistake; intrinsic misconception; reversed, inverted, perverse, contrary toabhāva - non-appearance, non-existence, absence, nullitykāraṇa - cause, reason, the cause of anything; instrument, means; motive origin, principleātmaka - taking the role of our essencekārya - an effect, result; to be made or done or practised or performed, practicable, feasible; to be caused to doavyakta - undeveloped, not manifest, unapparent, indistinct, invisible, imperceptibleapi - even, also, although; very; something more; moreover