ten honorable titles ［十号］ ( jū-gō): Ten epithets for a Buddha, expressing such qualities as power, wisdom, virtue, and compassion. Among the several versions of the ten honorable titles, one lists them as follows: (1) Thus Come One ( tathāgata). One who has come from the world of truth. A Buddha embodies the fundamental truth of all phenomena and grasps the law of causality that permeates past, present, and future. (2) Worthy of Offerings (arhat). One who is qualified to receive offerings from human and heavenly beings. (3) Right and Universal Knowledge (samyak-sambuddha). One with a correct and perfect understanding of all phenomena. (4) Perfect Clarity and Conduct (vidyā-charana-sampanna). One who understands eternity, or the past, present, and future existences, and who is a perfect performer of good deeds. (5) Well Attained (sugata), also Well Gone. One who has gone over to the world of enlightenment. (6) Understanding the World (lokavid). One who understands all secular and religious affairs by grasping the law of causality. (7) Unexcelled Worthy (anuttara). One who stands supreme among all living beings. (8) Trainer of People (purusha-damya-sārathi). One who trains and leads all people to enlightenment. (9) Teacher of Heavenly and Human Beings (shāstā-deva-manushyānām). One who can teach and educate all human and heavenly beings. (10) Buddha, the World-Honored One (Buddha-bhagavat). An awakened one, endowed with perfect wisdom and virtue, who wins the respect of all people. Other versions list Buddha and World-Honored One as two separate titles, in which cases either Understanding the World and Unexcelled Worthy, or Unexcelled Worthy and Trainer of People, are combined as one title, or Thus Come One is excluded.