The Commala is a song that is sometimes accompanied by a dance. It is a celebration of the harvest season. It asks Lady Oriza to bless the rice.

Roland Deschain danced the Commala in Calla Bryn Sturgis.


The word "commala" can be used in speech. It has a large number of usages, many of them sexual in nature.

Come commala
Damp commala
—Putting farm animals out to stud
Dry commala
—Animals that have been gelded
Green commala
—A virgin
Red commala
—A menstruating woman
Sof' commala
—A man who experiences erectile dysfunction
Stand commala
—To stand stomach-to-stomach
—To share secrets
Wet the commala
—Irrigate the rice in a dry spell
—To masturbate

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