Base components (presentational, dumb, or pure components) that apply app-specific styling and conventions should all include a specific suffix, such as
Order of words
Component names should start with the highest-level (often most general) words and end with descriptive modifying words.
It is not a natural English language yet it is far more practical. Files are usually sorted alphabetically and this helps us keep related components next to each other.
Components that are inside a folder with their parent and using them without the parent makes little sense should have the parent name as a prefix.
If a component only makes sense in the context of a single parent component, that relationship should be evident in its name. Since editors typically organise files alphabetically, this also keeps these related files next to each other. – Vue Style Guide
More good practices
These naming conventions are inspired by Vue Style Guide. We are in a React project here – I know that. Yet, this style guide is very universal and I encourage you to take a look at it.