First of all, do not get too excited, you will still need a binary dictionary file (main.dict) to implement in the keyboard.
If you do not know how to get this, I cannot help you as I am pretty sure all the ones I know off are copyrighted.
If you on the other hand know how to find one, it is dead easy implementing the dictionary file in this keyboard.
I used the Gingerbread keyboard from LeeDroid where the & symbol has been fixed (with thanks to -snq).
Using 7-Zip or WinRAR, navigate to /system/app and open LatinIME.apk (still in 7-Zip or WinRAR)
Navigate to res/raw and replace the main.dict with your custom one.
Close up and flash the zip in recovery after making nandroid and toggling verification.
Remember that I am not responsible for any damage you may encounter flashing edited apks!
I have only tested this with Danish, but it should in theory work with any language.
Might it be possible to use the word databae from the Hunspell project (http://hunspell.sourceforge.net/)? They are opensource. We would have to think how to transfer the data to google's format. I am very bad in scripting, but I will spend some thoughts on this.
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