Hyphenation pip·ing hot
Turkish pronunciation paypîng hät
/ˈpīpəɴɢ ˈhät/ /ˈpaɪpɪŋ ˈhɑːt/
Etymology (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English First attested circa second half of 14th century, from the similarity between the sizzling sound of food cooking in a frying pan and that of musical pipes, from Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer:
::"He singeth brokking¹ as a nightingale. / He sent her piment, mead, and spiced ale, / And wafers² piping hot out of the glede³: / And, for she was of town, he proffer'd meed."
::¹ quavering, ² cakes, ³ coals