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May God save you from evil eyes! Correct?
Grammatically, it's fine. I've never heard it. "The evil eye" is a common enough phrase.
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
I think that "the evil eye" is always singular. Twenty-five years ago I planted a coconut palm in my mother-in-law's yard in Goa. On a recent visit I noticed that she had tied the skull of a cow or bullock to the trunk. When I asked her why she said that people had been putting the eye on it, not the eyes.
May God save you from the evil eye! Right?
Thank you. ...the people had been putting eyes on it. What does it mean?