Kejimikujik lake is the namesake lake and the largest lake in Kejimkujik National Park. The work 'Kejimkujik' is agreed by all to be a word derived from the Mi'kmaq language, but depending on the source will be said to mean "attempting to escape" or "swollen waters". The park's official stance is that Kejimkujik is a Mi'kmaq word meaning "tired muscles".

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