The name is derived from the Irish name Niamh, which means bright, radiant and snow, Arden told reporters at Auckland Hospital.
The news of the baby's birth was made public on the New Zealand leader's official Instagram account with a photo of the new parents smiling with their daughter, whose name has not been released.
"I thought 'how do I reflect the generosity, particularly of all the iwi who gifted us names?' and Te Aroha seemed to be a way".
"Te Aroha. was our way of reflecting the amount of love this baby's been shown before she even arrived".
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"Hopefully, these things said in these moments now, I guess for want of a better word - novelty, they are still new - that one day they aren't new anymore", she said.
Since the birth the new family have since been inundated with good wishes, gestures and gifts, ranging from a private message from the Queen and congratulatory tweets from world leaders, such as Canada's Justin Trudeau and United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May, and a baby blanket from Ngāi Tahu.
Mr Gayford said that the birth had been "all a bit of a blur. for both of us", but added: "I won't forget the look on Jacinda's face when she finally held the baby. she looked absolutely just stunned and very, very happy".
"We chose Neve because we just liked it, and when we met her she just looked like she suited the name", she said.
"Clarke's been as much of a role model here as I am, and that's something that I think a lot of people talk about too and it's true", Ardern said.
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Ms Ardern left Auckland City Hospital this morning with partner Clarke Gayford by her side.
AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - JUNE 24: New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and partner Clarke Gayford pose for a photo with their new baby girl Neve Te Aroha Ardern Gayford on June 24, 2018 in Auckland, New Zealand.
She has now become the first woman in the country's history to give birth while in office.
Mr Gayford, a 40-year-old television presenter, will be the child's primary carer once Ms Ardern returns to parliament.
"Like everyone we went through the struggle for a matter of months and we kept a shortlist of names and wanted to wait until the baby arrived", Ms Ardern said.
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"To me, in those moments, we just saw a reflection of how open and generous New Zealanders are". Ardern, on the other hand, has had a public pregnancy, delegated duties to a deputy, and will take a reasonable six weeks of maternity leave.