Make Your Editor Cry: Fiancée vs. Fiancé

Make Your Editor Cry: Fiancée vs. Fiancé

As an English noun, these originally French words kept those two gender specific forms; thus, the masculine form fiancé is used to describe a man who is betrothed, while the feminine form fiancée is used to describe a woman who is engaged to be wed.

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