Sāṃkhya Kārikā verse 57

vatsa vivṛddhi nimittaṃ kṣīrasya yathā pravṛttiḥ ajñasya | puruṣa vimokṣa nimittaṃ tathā pravṛttiḥ pradhānasya ||

vatsa - a calf, the young of any animal, offspring, childvivṛddhi - growth, increase, augmentation, enlargement, furthering, promotionnimitta - instrumental cause; cause, motive, ground, reason; instrumental or efficient cause; a cause that concurs in, or is elevated to, the production of something more noble than itselfkṣīrasya - to long for milk or for the breastyathā - according aspravṛtti - activity, exertion, efficacy, function; finer cognition, special cognition, sensuous cognition; moving onwards, advance, progressajñasya - insentient; inanimatepuruṣa - animating principle, self, consciousness, spirit; a person, man, a human being; peoplevimokṣa - release, deliverance from; liberation;tathā - so, like, after that manner.pradhānasya - of nature, of the primary or unevolved matter