This combination has several names: - paseala para abajo > tarro - adentro y afuera para abajo > tarro - aguajea para abajo > tarro Note that you will often hear "para abajo" shortened to "pa'abajo". "Tarro" is a call that is most commonly used after the call "vamos arriba". The meaning of the call is to change partner and continue with the same figure/pattern you were dancing. This principle may be applied to several figures with continous movement, like "camina" and "cadena".