leave go

leave go (of something)

To release or unhand (something); to let go (of something). Primarily heard in UK, Ireland. I told the boy to leave go, but he wouldn't give me the phone. Daniel, leave go of my hand this instant!
See also: leave

ˌleave ˈgo (of something)

(British English, informal) stop holding on to something: Leave go of my arm — you’re hurting me!
See also: leave
References in classic literature ?
Leave go of my guests, and I'll let up on the fancy clockwork.
YESTERDAY'S SOLUTIONS WEE THINKER ACROSS: 7 Sod's law 9 Epics 10 Tweet 11 Tillage 12 Aye 13 Meringue 16 Stallion 17 Lip 19 Atheist 21 Cacti 22 Ebony 23 Leave go.
He said 'now this is my team so if you want to leave go ahead'.
Police said she refused to leave go of her bag and was left badly shaken and with severe bruising from the struggle.
YESTERDAY'S SOLUTIONS WEE THINKER ACROSS: 7 Avocado 9 Renal 10 Ditty 11 Loudest 12 Too 13 Negligee 16 Splatter 17 Via 19 Leave go 21 Larva 22 Space 23 Science DOWN: 1 Mandate 2 Soft soap 3 Lady 4 Croupier 5 Once 6 Plato 8 Obligations 13 Neatened 14 Environs 15 Canapes 18 A-list 20 Afar 21 Loin QUICKIE ACROSS: 1 Shepherdess 8 Coo 9 Log 11 Rummage 12 Shoal 13 Ape 14 Pro 15 Erosion 17 Hot 19 Oats 21 Owed 23 Rows 25 Ripe 27 Hug 29 Boredom 31 Nap 34 Spa 36 Smoke 37 Offload 38 Eel 39 Lie 40 Nosey parker DOWN: 1 Soup 2 Home 3 Prairie 4 Even so 5 Disco 6 Slop 7 Soar 8 Crash 10 Gloss 16 Now 18 Top 20 Ash 22 Web 24 On offer 25 Rinse 26 Recoup 28 Glade 30 Obese 32 Amen 33 Polo 34 Sole 35 Pair