Metaphysical meaning of Karka (mbd)
Karka (A. V., Karkaa), kär'-kå (Heb.)--foundation; bottom; ground floor; pavement; deep ground; bottom of the sea.
A place mentioned as being on the south border of Judah (Josh. 15:3).
Meta. Karka (ground floor, bottom, a place on the south border of Judah) signifies a group of thoughts pertaining to the very bottom, or foundation principle, of man's subconscious life forces. This group of thoughts is deeply rooted in substance (deep ground).
Preceding Entry: Kareah
Following Entry: Karkor