Possessum-Possessor is the overwhelming non-pronominal possessive construction in Diu Indo-Portuguese.
The marginal Possessor-Possessum construction is arguably the result of two factors: (a) analogy with the order of pronominal possessive phrases (in which the possessive pronoun precedes the head noun); and (b) adstratal pressure from Gujarati (in which the case-marked possessor precedes the possessum). In Diu Indo-Portuguese, there seems to be a weight constraint in that long possessor NPs do not occur in such a construction.
No example containing two full nouns (rather than a noun and a proper noun) and showing possessor-possessum order were found in the corpus. However, their occurrence in the languagge cannot yet be discarded, not only because this type of inversion is relatively rare (and therefore poorly represented in the corpus), but also on account of the fact that də-PPs with full nouns have been shown to precede the head noun in other constructions which are not prototypical possessives. Compare:
ɛl tə fik-a med də tud koyz / (də) tud koyz med.
3f IPFV.NPST become-INF fear də all thing / də all thing fear
'She's always scared of everything.' (Cardoso 2009: 184)
Source: Cardoso 2009: 175
Source: Cardoso 2009: 220
Source: Cardoso 2009: 169