Apart from Hungarian, are there any other languages with definite and indefinite conjugation (verbal inflections)?

For example (in Hugarian):

Definite conjugation: I see the tree. – Látom a fát.

Indefinite conjugation: I see a tree. – Látok egy fát.

See more: https://myhunlang.com/2010/02/07/the-difference-between-definite-and-indefinite-conjugation/

Given Arnaud's answer below, are there any non-Uralic languages with definite and indefinite conjugation?


Mordvin is another example of that feature.

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    That Mordvin/Erzya it is also an Uralic language is not surprising.
    – Circeus
    Jun 21 at 3:07

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