These two words are borrowed directly from French, in which language they have equivalent but gendered meanings: fiancé refers to a man who is engaged to be married, and fiancée refers to a woman.
Similarly, what title do I use for a single woman?
'Miss' should be used when referring to an unmarried woman, while “Mrs." is the proper title for a married woman. Many are often confused about the correct usage of “Ms.", which does not depend on marital status at all and can be used as a title for both unmarried and married women.
What is Miss title?
Miss. Miss (pronounced /ˈm?s/) is an English language honorific traditionally used only for an unmarried woman (not using another title such as "Doctor" or "Dame"). Originating in the 17th century, it is a contraction of mistress, which was used for all women.
What is the title Ms stand for?
a title of respect prefixed to a woman's name or position: unlike Miss or Mrs., it does not depend upon or indicate her marital status. a title prefixed to a mock surname that is used to represent possession of a particular attribute, identity, etc., especially in an idealized or excessive way: Ms. Cooperation.