long (v): to want something very much.
She longed for the return of her long-lost father.
In this above sentence the two uses of "long" have two different meanings. "Long-lost" means "to be lost for a long time".
console (v): to give comfort and sympathy to someone who is sad or disappointed.
She consoled her friend after the untimely death of her mother.
Yes, as a noun, "console" can mean a "gaming console" but the pronunciation is different, with the accent on the first syllable. The verb "console" has the accent on the second syllable.
(Click the other links on the Cambridge dictionary page to hear the American pronunciation of both meanings of "console". Also, I fixed your quote, guessing there was a missing "I" in what you copied. Please let me know if this is incorrect)