Difference between a Fiance and Fiancee?

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The difference between fiancee and fiancee is that, a fiancee is the term used for the male. The term fiancee is used for the female. The terms come into use when referring to a man or woman, engaged to be married.
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Both are pronounced the same way : Fee-awn-say. The one with one "e" is traditionally used to describe a groom. As the woman would say "my fiance" The one with
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A "fiance" is a man engaged to be married; a man to whom a woman is engaged. A "fiancee": woman engaged to be married; woman to whom a man is engaged.
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