Many Indians look at marrying a person they don’t know, gives one “a lifetime to learn to love them”, as opposed to the American ideal of learning a person inside and out before entering into marriage.
There is quite a bit of difference between them as fiancé refers to a male who has been engaged and about to get married while fiancée refers to a woman engaged to a man waiting for her marriage.
• Fiancé and Fiancée are French nouns used to refer to a person who is engaged waiting to be married.
• Fiancé is masculine while fiancée is feminine, which means that a man who has been engaged is referred to as fiancé, while a woman who has been engaged is called a fiancée.
An Indian woman described it as “Here, we get married without having feelings for the person.
We base our marriage on commitment, not on feelings. In America, you base your decision to marry on feelings, but what happens when the feelings wane?
In such cases, their engagement also ends with separation. If you are talking about a man and a woman who have been engaged, you will refer to the man as fiancé, while you will refer to the woman as fiancée of the man.