His eyes are as the eyes of doves - See on Song of Solomon 4:1; (note).
Washed with milk - The white of the eye, exceedingly white. By the use of stibium, in the East, the eye is rendered very beautiful; and receives such a lustre from the use of this article, that, to borrow the expression of a late traveler, "their eyes appear to be swimming in bliss." I believe this expression to be the meaning of the text.
Fitly set - Or, as the margin, very properly, sitting in fullness; not sunk, not contracted.