We took the Prolog database format WordNet 2.0 files and converted them to MySQL batch script format. All you need to do is download the zip file below, unzip it to a directory of your choosing, and import the files in to MySQL. The unextracted file named wordnet20-from-prolog-all-3.sql will create the necessary tables and database for you. The database name is wn_pro_mysql.
Click here to download wordnet20-from-prolog-all-3.zip. (The compressed file is 7.5MB and the uncompressed SQL batch file is 47MB)
** UPDATE NOTE: If you downloaded the original wordnet20-from-prolog-all-1.zip or older file you need to download the latest version. There was a problem with the original conversion which lead to some WordNet entries being improperly discarded and the several of the smaller tables were malformed. **
If you have any problems, then come to our WordNet Developerís Forum and post a message in the MySQL forum section.