All types of "nuha"
Can someone please explain all the different types of the word "word" and when to use them thanks.
That is a huge request as declensions are vast in HV.
Here is a table that you can use, the word "ñuha" is the same class of declension as "kasta."
As you can see just by looking at the prepositive table, there are 64 entries. Explaining 64 different uses of a word is intense. Some of them also take slightly different endings depending on the sounds that come after the word such as for the singular dative cases which have an ending of "t" when the next word starts with a vowel, but drop the "t" if the next word starts with a consonant.
To get used to using them, you must become familiar with the different cases, numbers and genders that nouns and adjectives decline on. The simple answer as to when to use each one is when it agrees with the noun it describes.
For example: "ñuha kepa" --- "ñuhyz azantyz"