Write a Haskell function piglatinize that returns a word into its piglatin form: if it begins…

  1. Write a Haskell function
    piglatinize that returns a word into its piglatin
    form: if it begins with a vowel, add to the end “yay”, else move
    non-vowels to the end of the string until a vowel is at the front
    and then add to the end “ay”. The word arguments are guaranteed to
    have a vowel (a, e, i, o, or u) and not begin with the letter
    y.
    piglatinize :: String -> String