Moderators: Check this English. A better translation is "Our compass is missing." Hilang can be used for missing, as well. ("Our compass is lost" suggests the compass itself might have taken a wrong turn, for instance.)
I think here it means: our compass is lost, it doesn't know where we're going.
that would make more sense, but it's not what hilang means
Can it be dihilang, as a passive?
Could it also be, "Our compass disappeared"?