I think this has to do which the different countries, culture, religions and legends. The same strain but different development stage.
There are many different wolf-like Wesen, each with distinct woges and characteristics. A good example would be the Luison, which are prone to deception and trickery for profit, while Blutbad are prone to aggression.
Hmm terminology is largely Germanic based, so the Persian meaning is wholly irrelevant.
cayotle== Desert wolf normaly(till i know of, ) let me search more.
after search: cayotle is called here Desert Wolf. " GorGe sahraee"is nt it cayotle?
Just because we english speakers have a one-part name doesn't make an animal more unique. Coyotes are closer related to wolves than the maned 'wolf' of South america, which is what the Luison is based on. I was hoping that the Wildesheer was a different species, like an african wild dog or a dhole...
Maybe they developed the Wildesheer from the Dire Wolf?
Dire Wolves have been extinct for around 4000 years, but they had larger teeth and were a bit bigger than the modern day wolves we see today.
What do you think?