I started an idea to see if I could create something, and what would that be, by using the reversing of syllables, sometimes in a similar fashion as the vesre and sometimes a little different. I started with a word like camino 'way'. I got:
nomica > nomic /no.mi.t͡s/
I decided to give it a kind of Slavic taste and incorporate random features from other languages in words which where impossible to turn around, for instance the articles. I've decided to make 'a' the definite invariable article, so;
As regards to pronouns,
mío > omi > omi
tuyo > yotu > odi
I've decided to make them similar to convey the idea of their joined evolution. Some other words had to be modified a little bit more from their standard vesre form, so for instance I've sometimes used some sound shifts from Russian to help me in that or to 'vesre' them in a different fashion than the traditional.
boludo > vr. dolobu > dalub /dʌ.ˈlu.b/ 'a fool'
mujer > vr. jermu > jerm /ˈjeʳ.m/ 'a woman'
corto > vr. tocor > takor /tʌ.ˈkor/ 'short'
A little idea
I've decided to also make a diminutive based on the palatalization of the last sound of the word. A phenomenon I've seen occurring in some baby-talk and some endearing speech;
a nomic, a nomić
a no.mi.t͡s, a no.mi.t͡ʃ
the way, the little way
This diminutive can also be used as a term of endearment or regularly as something small not conveying the idea of a pejorative.
apa > apaś ... ama > amaś
father, daddy ... mother, mom
Well, and this is the preliminary work of Valen.