I. noun suffix
Etymology: Middle English -e, from Anglo-French -é, from -é, past participle ending, from Latin -atus
1. recipient or beneficiary of (a specified action) <appointee> <grantee> 2. person furnished with (a specified thing) <patentee> 3. person that performs (a specified action) <escapee> II. noun suffix Etymology: probably alteration of -y 1. one associated with <bargee> 2. a particular especially small kind of <bootee> 3. one resembling or suggestive of <goatee>
New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.