Metaphysical meaning of Carcas (mbd)
Carcas, cär'-cas (Heb. from Pers.)-severe; lamb's covering.
Meta. A harsh, devouring, wolfish thought (severe) in sheep's clothing; that is, having outwardly an appearance of mildness and obedience (lamb's covering), thereby being of a deceptive character. This thought serves the puffed up, ambitious personal will (Ahasuerus) .