Another name for Worley is tsenp'uytsn, "wrinkled neck", which is the Coeur d'Alene name for Mr. Worley who was the superintendent of the Indian agency early in this century. He had a double chin, so the Coeur d'Alene called him tsenp'uytsn and they gave the same name to the town where he lived and worked at the hardware store.
Literal: passes by the side of the waist. On the east side of Marks Butte was a trail heading north. The trail was called tsenłłukhwp’mi̲’nch "passes by the side of the waist". This place was also called "white rock" in English.