At such farms the original name might still be found used for a small medow or small field, and to the north by Aunekleiva it is still called "Grævinn". The Haukdal area (small number of farms) has the same name two places where people in earlier times got water for household use. There were water sources there, and just north of Grævinn at Aune the creek run into the river Gaula. This "Unn Creek" or "South House Creek" as it is now called, the farmers directed up at the Bekkdalen (Creek Valley) so it came down by the houses and gave them water for cooking.
Well, something like that!