The name Lenauheim is official since 1926. It was also called Cetad or Cetat in Romanian; Schadat, Schaddat or Tschatad in German; and Csatád in Hungarian. Bulgăruș is called Bogarosch in German and Bogarós in Hungarian. The German name for Grabaț is Grabatz, while in Hungarian, it is Garabos.
In 1865. Lenauheim had c. 3200 inhabitants. In 1940, it had 2400, out of which 95% ethnic Germans. After the Second World War, the proportion of Germans fell to 50%. In 1992, out of 1400 inhabitants there were 346 Germans; in 2006, only 59.
Lenau Memorial House: The birthplace of Nikolaus Lenau hosts today the Nikolaus Lenau Memorial House. An ethnographic collection of puppets wearing traditional Banat Swabian costumes is also on display in the museum.