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
Could it also be, "Our compass disappeared"?
Our compass disappeared = kompas kami menghilang
Can it be dihilang, as a passive?
In this sentence,
hilang is an intransitive verb. So, we cannot change it into a passive voice.