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leh go

slang; verb; clipping
An exclamation used when you are looking forward to something that is coming in the future.
 
The phrase 'let's go' was shortened into leh go. Final consonants are often dropped and not pronounced in African-American English, and this is one example of when that process occurs and the final word is spread throughout a community. Leh go can be used to literally mean 'let's go', but it can also be used when someone is trying to express excitement.
Etymology : clipping and spelling change of the phrase "let's go." The t and s were clipped, and the h was added for phonetic reasons.
Source : "It's the big game tonight! Standford is playing Cal, leh go!" - a facebook status
Last modified: 2 December 2011


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