The village of Hubina belongs to one of the most picturesque villages on the left bank of the middle course of the Váh. The center of the village is located at 200 meters above sea level, but in the area the height fluctuates from 163 to 758 m above sea level. The name is derived from the word depth, a valley by a stream, along which human settlement has long been concentrated. The Hungarian historian K. Taganyi believed that the name of the village was related to the occurrence of mushrooms (Žbirková 1996-97, 42). The opinion that the name of the village began to be used after the extermination of the village by the Turks is unfounded.