origin: south london
meaning: (leave it out) give over, pull the other one, stop doing that right now etc...
most commonly heard from the mouths of young teenage mothers screaming obscenties at their snotty tots, or scraggy blondes imploring their chav boyfriends to not get involved in yet another fight outside the Litten Tree. generally, quite an aggressive phrase, to be used sparingly and only with authentic lahndon pronunciation. can sometimes be heard in a paranoid, questioning manner, when not sure if being wound up.
1. leave it aht ya little bitch!
2. wayne, leave it aht, 'e ain't worf it.
3. leave it aht - you 'avin me on or wot?
a musical outfit specialising in clubby, electronica sounds i believe.
refers also to something that comes out of the blue, unexpectedly, as if from nowhere.
could refer to the left side of a sports field and the unusual-ness of a successful score from this side of the pitch...it's a guess.
or the left-h-s of the brain and the type of functions controlled therein.
whoah. that was a bit weird joe, straight out of leftfield. where do you get this stuff from, man?