I have an entity and I would like to describe it as being able to be archived.
Is it archivable, archiveable? The former seems OK for me, but I could find no wiktionary.org results.
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It is archivable, in the same way from cite you get citable.
There are some differences between British English and American English. In British English, such adjectives (derived from a verb ending in -e) are preferred when they end with -eable; in American English, the preferred form ends in -able (the -e is removed from the verb).
The dictionary I have (the NOAD) doesn't report the word archivable, but it reports citable as derivative of cite, and archival as derivative of archive.