What are some good, reliable English–Latin dictionary of Neolatin and contemporary Latin.
The best one I've found so far is Morgan's Lexcon of Neo-Latin and Contemporary Latin Usage on the Paideia Institute website, but I do not know the difference between the Silva and the Adumbratio. There is also the Lexicon Recentis Latinitas from the Vatican. There is the online excerpt here, and I know there is a book. The excerpt is, however, Latin–Italian, and I do not know Italian. Although I could ctrl+f search the online excerpt, I do not know if there is a vernacular–Latin section of the book. There is Vicipaedia, Latin Wikipedia – which, although having many useful terms, does not contain everything one might want to translate. Cassell Latin Dictionary has a good English–Latin section with some New Latin vocabulary, but I do not believe there are many modern words. The Bantam New College Latin & English Dictionary by Traupman has an English–Latin section that seems to have many modern words. Similarly, Traupuman's Conversational Latin has what seems to be a quite comprehensive English–Latin general vocabulary and an appendix containing computer terms. It does not, however, give sources, and I have heard that some of the terms are Traupman's invention and others are taken from general usage.
Any guidance is appreciated.