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Somewhere in your user profile, there is a dictionary file: standard.dic. When your dictionary is empty, this file only contains the following:

OOoUserDict1
lang: <none>
type: positive
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The location of this file will depend on your operating system. It is a text file, so you can add your words to it (copy them from the document). But, I have never tried this before, so make sure you know how to write them into the file. The easiest way would be to add a couple of words to the dictionary from LibreOffice and then to check the file again to see how the entries are laid out. You could then copy the layout and include your entries.

This is one solution, but it's a bit of a hack. I'm sure there's a better, higher-level way…

Also, see this help page about creating and editing dictionaries one entry at a time, from the application's appropriate menu: http://help.libreoffice.org/Common/Writing_Aids