Favonius has the good sense to talk about himself occasionally and tell his own experience.
Timber should be felled between early Autumn and the time when Favonius begins to blow.
Draco is any bloody fellow; Favonius is any sycophant: but Pope is very different.
There no one will speak his mind except Antius and Favonius, for Cato is ill.
Favonius, in the midst of a thousand impertinent assailants of the divine truths, is an undisturbed defender of them.
At the door of it I met Favonius, not without a secret satisfaction to find he had been there.
Favonius carried my tribe with better credit than his own; he lost that of Lucceius.
personification of the west wind in Roman mythology, OED says from Latin favere "to favor;" Klein says by dissimilation from *fovonius, literally "the warming wind," from fovere "to warm." This is the source (via Old High German phonno, 10c., via Vulgar Latin contraction *faonius) of German Föhn "warm, dry wind blowing down Alpine valleys."