Deceit (Noun) - Can We use "Deceit" After To


I want to know can we use directly noun after to

As we know word Deceit is a noun and I want to say:

Now in the above sentence want is a verb and I used Deceit (Noun) after to

According to Grammar rules after to we use verb not noun

Is my sentence correct ? OR to say same expression I’ll have to use verb: Deceive
He wants to deceive you

I’m expecting answer from experts!

You must use the verb. He wants to deceive you. His deceit is egregious.

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“egregious” Oh Man MC … you even sent me to a dictionary then …

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