Difference between άντρες, άνδρες;
A bit like "aluminum, aluminium" -- no difference in meaning, just a slight difference in pronunciation.
άνδρες is the more conservative form, άντρες the more modern one.
Isn't συζύγος husband?
σύζυγος means "spouse" -- it can refer to a husband or a wife.
Are άντρες and άνδρες the same?
Sort of, in the sense that "aluminum" and "aluminium" are the same.
Both άντρες and άνδρες mean the same thing, but are pronounced slightly differently. Άνδρες is the older spelling/pronunciation.
Why is only άντρες correct, not άνθρωποι ?
"Man" can mean "άνθρωπος" only in generic sentences, as in "Man is afraid of death".