The verb auxiliari is used with dative to indicate the entity that benefits from the help. For example, tibi auxilior means "I help you". Can use an accusative object to express how the help is given? For example, can I say hoc tibi auxilior to say "I help you by/in doing this"? If such an object is possible, what exactly does it mean?
I have seen constructions like this, but they are somewhat rare, and I do not recall seeing auxiliari used this way. To give a concrete example, minari can take an accusative object to indicate the content of the threat. I previously explained in an answer to another question that hoc tibi minor means "I threaten you with this". I wonder how broadly accusative can be used in this fashion, whence the question.