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What is the difference between fiancé and fiancée?

A fiancé is a man engaged to be married; a fiancée is a woman betrothed. In American English, the accents are usually used. Both are forms of the French word fiancer 'to betroth or promise', probably from Latin fier 'to trust'.

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