kulam-agan 1n Ring of rattan about 1-1/2 inches down from basket rim, on which the ears are attached which also serves as reinforcement for the mouth of the basket so it will not stretch. see fr.: korog; see: kulambitan. 2v To have a spirit enter one’s body. Ka otow no bailan, ko ogsoloran on to bantoy rin, ogkulam-agan no ogkolkolon on ka lawa rin. As for someone who is a shaman, if he is entered by his familiar spirit, he will become possessed by a spirit and his body will tremble.
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korog v To tremble as when in a trance or possessed by a spirit Ko ogkagi ka otow to, “Ogkorogan a,” ligkagt to busow sikan. If a person says, “I am trembling,” that comes from an evil spirit. see: lukub; see: lona-an; see: pagaganò; see: kasino-ilow; see: kulam-agan 1; see fr.: lukub; gen: kolkol 1.