Yes “physible” which means that it can be 3D printed. The word was just accepted into some online dictionary as a real word now. So next time you get a 3D model from someone you can ask them if it is physible and then explain that you are asking is there enough thickness, angles in order to be able to 3D print the model from the digital to the physical world.
Scott Sheppard and Brian Mathews were physible after capturing them with a photos and using the free Autodesk 123D Catch to generate 3D models and then a little touch up in the free Meshmixer then 3D printed on my Makerbot 3D printer.
Go get physible!