eighteen unshared properties ［十八不共法・十八不共仏法］ ( jūhachi-fugūhō or jūhachi-fugūbuppō): Also, eighteen distinctive characteristics. Eighteen properties that only Buddhas and bodhisattvas possess, and that voice-hearers and cause-awakened ones do not share. Another view holds that Buddhas alone possess these properties. Though they differ among Buddhist scriptures, the eighteen properties commonly consist of the ten powers, the four fearlessnesses, the three kinds of tranquillity, and great pity. Another definition describes them as: (1) no faults in the action of the body, (2) no faults in the action of the mouth, (3) no faults in the action of the mind, (4) impartiality, (5) constant concentration of the mind, (6) insight into all things and absence of attachment to them, (7) untiring intention to lead people to salvation, (8) incessant endeavor, (9) consistency of teachings with those of other Buddhas, (10) perfect wisdom, (11) perfect emancipation, (12) perfect insight, (13) consistency of deeds with wisdom, (14) consistency of words with wisdom, (15) consistency of mind with wisdom, (16) knowledge of the past, (17) knowledge of the future, and (18) knowledge of the present. See also four fearlessnesses; ten powers; three kinds of tranquillity.