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Many languages mark tense, aspect and mood in the verb, besides person. In the so-called pronominalized languages, the suffixes added to verbs to show concordance with person and number are similar or identical to the personal pronouns. [[Source](http://www.languagesgulper.com/eng/Tibeto.html)]

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Here's one definition I found:

Many languages mark tense, aspect and mood in the verb, besides person. In the so-called pronominalized languages, the suffixes added to verbs to show concordance with person and number are similar or identical to the personal pronouns. [[Source](http://www.languagesgulper.com/eng/Tibeto.html)] ( Source )

Googling turned up several articles on the topic, so you could start there: (I've linked directly to the specific pages relevant, where applicable.)