There are two types of adpositions in Diu Indo-Portuguese, viz. simple and complex adpositions. Complex adpositions (e.g. pɛrt də 'close to/near', frẽt də 'in front of') consist of an element which is usually adverbial in nature and the preposition də, whose prototypical semantics cover both ablative and possessive.
All adpositions in Diu Indo-Portuguese precede the NP they govern. The only recorded exception to this rule is the complex comitative adposition jũt də, 'with'. The overwhelming majority of instances of this adposition follow the expected jũt + də + NP structure, but occasionally the structure (də) + NP + jũt also occurs. Notice, however, that the də + NP is formally equivalent to a possessive PP, which normally follows the head noun but in the corpus sometimes occurs pre-nominally. The inversion of the canonical order observed for jũt də has probably come about through analogy with this type of constructions, and it remains very marginal in Diu Indo-Portuguese.
Source: Cardoso 2009: 181
Source: Cardoso 2009: 166