The name given to the cannibal (porisāda) in the Mahāsutasoma Jātaka. Before becoming a cannibal he was the king of Bārāṇasī, and was later weaned from his evil habit by the Bodhisatta Sutasoma. He is identified with Aṅgulimāla (J.v.pp.503 f, 511).
Buddhaghosa (DA.ii.483) explains the name (“Spot-
According to Buddhaghosa, the cannibal in the Jayaddisa Jātaka was also called Kammāsa or Kammāsapāda. (DA.ii.483. See also Watanabe’s article, “The Story of Kalmāsapāda and its Evolution in Indian Literature.” J.P.T.S.1909, pp.236 ﬀ).
The place where the cannibal was tamed was called Kammāsadamma.