jayah

samitim-jayaḥ always victorious in battle; BG 1.8
dhanam-jayaḥ Dhanañjaya (Arjuna, the winner of wealth); BG 1.15
jayaḥ victory; BG 10.36
jayaḥ named Jaya; SB 3.16.2
jayaḥ controlling; SB 3.28.5
prāṇa-jayaḥ controlling the vital air; SB 3.28.5
jayaḥ conqueror; SB 4.28.29
su-jayaḥ whose glories; SB 5.1.10
bhārata-bhū-jayaḥ a birth in the land of Bhārata-varṣa; SB 5.19.23
jayaḥ victory; SB 6.12.7
jayaḥ victory; SB 6.12.17
ātma-jayaḥ not being overwhelmed by bodily necessities; SB 7.11.22
jayaḥ victory; SB 8.11.7
jayaḥ Jaya; SB 8.13.22
jayaḥ vijayaḥ prabalaḥ balaḥ kumudaḥ kumudākṣaḥ ca viṣvaksenaḥ as well as Jaya, Vijaya, Prabala, Bala, Kumada, Kumudākṣa and Viṣvaksena; SB 8.21.16-17
puram-jayaḥ Purañjaya ("the conqueror of the residence"); SB 9.6.12
jayaḥ tasmāt the son of Śruta was Jaya; SB 9.13.25
jayaḥ Jaya; SB 9.15.1
jayaḥ Jaya; SB 9.17.16
jayaḥ a son named Jaya; SB 9.17.17
jayaḥ Jaya; SB 9.21.1
jayaḥ Jaya; SB 9.24.14
jayaḥ subhadraḥ Jaya and Subhadra; SB 10.61.17
samitim-jayaḥ victorious in battle; SB 10.68.1
jayaḥ the conquest; SB 10.71.3
ātma-jāyāḥ of the daughter (Sītādevī, the wife of Lord Rāmacandra); SB 10.71.9
jayaḥ who conquers; SB 10.76.7
jayaḥ victory; SB 10.79.27
jayaḥ conquering; SB 11.19.36-39
jayaḥ conquering; CC Madhya 19.213