λάβρος ἐπαιγίζων: violently dashing upon it; “λάβρος” is pred., see § 38 a.
: and thereupon,
i.e. as Zephyrus descends.
: sc. “λήιον
”, an independent addition to the picture, without direct relation to the comparison, cf. v. 210; see § 2 e. The const. of the dependent sent. is abandoned.—cf. ‘With ported spears, as thick as when a field | Of Ceres ripe for harvest waving bends | Her bearded grove of ears, which way the wind | Sways them.’ Milton Par. Lost
iv. 980 ff.