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Kanji cannot be used for foreign names. It just doesn't work like that.
Kanji can be spelled two different ways. One way is the hiragana version: かんじ The kanji version of the word kanji would look like this: 漢字 The katakana version is not used in the proper Japanese text but katakana of kanji would look like this: カンジ Again, the katakana version is not used in proper Japanese text.
tree looks like this in kanji: 木　pronounced ki.
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Bone in Japanese kanji looks like this. Bone: 骨 Bone in Japanese is pronounced like this. Honei
You can start from the Japanese 1st grade level, then to the 2nd grade level, and work yourself upward that way. Search Google for "Japanese 1st grade kanji" or something similar. If you learn some basic kanji characters, you will be able to read basic Japanese text, and from there, you can look up unfamiliar kanji in a Japanese dictionary like jisho.org. However, there is no "order" to learning kanji, and you can learn in whatever order you please.
Only Japanese names (and possibly Chinese names) are written in kanji, though a Japanese person may be able to choose out some good characters from the 4,800+ kanji characters in existence. If you want to know your name in KATAKANA (foreign words writing), it's ダニエル.
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In kanji (Chinese characters): 狐 In hiragana: きつね In katakana: キツネ
English meaning: Rain Romaji (Roman writing): Ame Hiragana: あめ Kanji: 雨