Causational



the action of causing or producing.
the relation of cause to effect; causality.
anything that produces an effect; cause.
noun
the act or fact of causing; the production of an effect by a cause
the relationship of cause and effect
n.

1640s, from Latin causationem (nominative causatio) “excuse, pretext,” in Medieval Latin “action of causing,” from causa (see cause).

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    acting as a cause; producing (often followed by of): a causative agency; an event causative of war. Grammar. noting causation. The causative form of to fall is to fell. Gothic -jan is a causative suffix in fulljan “to cause to be full; to fill.”. Grammar. a word, especially a verb, noting causation, as made in […]



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