Karas is a divergent Trans–New Guinea language spoken on the biggest of the Karas Islands off the Bomberai Peninsula, that appears to be most closely related to the West Bomberai languages. It is spoken in Antalisa and Mas villages on Karas Island.
Cowan (1953) records the following pronouns for Karas.
Visser (2020) records the following pronouns for Karas of Maas village:
The free possessives and possessive suffixes can occur together.