Rule 1: Reverse alphabet
The original letter in English is changed to the new letter in Yavarian, which is formed by reversing the English alpahbet.
Rule 2: Reverse the word
After rule 1 has been applied. You must then reverse the word itself.
Rule 3: Replacement of W
All Ws are then replaced by R with an accent. (Ŕŕ).
Rule 4: Consonant clusters
Most consonant clusters are broken by adding a vowel between them. This rule is also used for two letter words with only consonants. To know which vowel to use, you must look at the first letter in the consonant cluster, then add the appropriate vowel.
In double consonats, (two of the same consonants touching) you must add an E between them.
For example "bn vnzm hŕ" would become "bin venzum haiŕ". As "vn", "bn" and "hŕ" are unpronouncable.
As you can see "nz" remains the same, as some consonant clustters do not take a vowel between them and remain the same (apart from words with only consonants, were a vowel is added).
However, with triple consonant clusters, you always put a vowel inbetween the second two.
Flub viz zu ŕzuveseetrak. ivevedlus, ŕzuveseetrak hair zu izuveduh ŕilud luh rai glumemzux bzuh gær.