anuttara ［阿耨多羅・無上］ (, Pali; anokutara or mujō): Unsurpassed, unexcelled, supreme, highest, peerless, or incomparably excellent. Anuttara is a component of various Buddhist terms. Anuttara-samyak-sambodhi means the supreme and perfect enlightenment of a Buddha. Anuttara-dharma-chakra means the wheel of the unsurpassed Law. Anuttara is also one of the ten honorable titles of a Buddha and in this context is rendered as “unexcelled worthy.” This title signifies that a Buddha stands supreme among all living beings.