Most French sentences have the normal word order, subject, object, verb: Je te vois.
But sentences with a few verbs have an unusual word order. E.g. "Tu me manques," in which the "object" is first, and the "subject" is second, and in the dative case. (And the literal meaning of the sentence is "You are missing to me," as opposed to "I miss you.")
What is this kind of construction called in French? How would I find more examples of it?