Long ago, probably in the 1990s, I purchased in Heffers in Cambridge a copy of Alexander Souter’s Glossary of Later Latin. Today I had occasion to dig it out and use it.
The original edition was printed in 1949, with a corrected edition in 1957. Tiny print was used. A scan would be very useful to those of us whose eyesight is not what it was.
Happily 1949 is also the date of the author’s death. Even under our corrupt copyright laws, this means that the Glossary comes out of copyright next year, in 2019.
I think a scan of it and an upload to Archive.org will be highly desirable.
There ought to be more modern equivalents, I would hope.
The same task led me to look up words relating to parts of the body. This too should be a specialised glossary, but I didn’t know of one!
There is another alternative. I could consult the Oxford Latin Dictionary, a paper copy of which bows the floor under my bookcase with its sheer weight and size. But … I never look at it, so I didn’t think of that! Oops!