Anuttara-samyak-sambodhi (Pali): Sanskrit word meaning 'unexcelled complete Enlightenment,' which is an attribute of every Buddha. Supreme perfect Enlightenment. It is the highest, correct, and complete or universal Knowledge or awareness, the perfect Wisdom of a Buddha. The unsurpassed proper and equal correct enlightenment of a Buddha. See; "enlightenment."
anuttara-samyak-saṁbodhi (阿耨多羅三藐三菩提). The unsurpassed, equally perfect enlightenment (無上正等正覺). Anuttara means unsurpassed; samyak is derived from the stem samyañc, which means same or identical; saṁbodhi means perfect enlightenment. Equally means that the perfect enlightenment of all Buddhas is the same. The third epithet of a Buddha is Samyak-Saṁbuddha, the Equally, Perfectly Enlightened One.
阿耨多羅三藐三菩提・無上正等正覚 (Skt; Jpn anokutara-sammyaku-sambodai or mujo-shoto-shogaku )
Supreme perfect enlightenment, the unsurpassed enlightenment of a Buddha. Anuttara means supreme, highest, incomparable, unsurpassed, or peerless. Samyak means right, correct, true, accurate, complete, or perfect, and sambodhi means enlightenment. The expressionsamyak-sam-bodhi by itself is also used to mean perfect enlightenment. Bodhi and sambodhi also mean wisdom or perfect wisdom. In this sense, anuttara-samyak-sambodhi means supreme perfect wisdom.