The interpretation of the name designation lies in the Middle High German word uhte and means night pasture.
The location was mentioned in 1834 by the name "by the rock". The layer designation is based on a single standing rock.
The designation of a hallway with this name rarely indicates the precious metal, but rather is an expression of general appreciation.
The location was mentioned in the 19th century with the name "on the Hungerbühne". There is probably a folk etymological transformation to Hungerborn (a source that dries out easily).
As always in Rheinhessen, this name comes from the southern position of the vineyards.
The location was mentioned in 1490 with the name "An den Koenigstuhle". In this corridor, the election of Konrad II should have taken place. The name is a common name in the land register, which gives indications of a Reichsgut.
The location was cited around 1290 with the name "before cloppenberg". This layer designation is the proof for the central German word klupf, which means mountain or mountain peak.