Gitchigoomie is the Ojibwa(Chippewa) Native American name for Lake Superior.
It refers to the Indian name for Lake Superior and was made immortal by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow in the Song of Hiawatha.
It's a place name from Longfellow's poem Hiawatha. It is apparently the Ojibway for "big water", and their name for Lake Superior.
Longfellow wrote the Song of Hiawatha
Lake Victoria is known for its waterfall.
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The word you are looking for is Gitchigoomie, and is the Chippewa Indian name for Lake Superior. Most famous in literature because of its reference in the first line of the epic poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, "The Song of Haiawatha."
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