Hmm, Furfur looks fun (Mike, the site's owner claims she's a countess in hell but wikipedia and their source A. Crowley has that *he's* a great earl of Hell) .
Maybe she's the same as Lucy Fur:
Devils can change their gender over time. Astaroth has been male for a couple thousand years but was Astarte, aka Ishtar in the ANE.
Conversely, that paltry list does not have Belphegor. All countries, it seems, have a patron saint. St. Edward the Confessor for England for instance. France, too, has St. Denis as their patron saint. But France is so (dis)honored that it has a patron devil -- Belphegor. Some time after he got the job as ambassador to/governor of France he changed to female. She appears as a woman in a robe with a mask covering most of her face. She is said to be very beautiful or very terrible or both.
A year ago there was an incident in France when a woman (a lawyer no less) sneered at a Moslem woman in a burka at a supermarket as "Belphegor".
There is a French novel made into a movie a couple times about Belphegor sneaking around the Louvre at night and killing some people. Spoiler: It's a woman burglar/murderess in a costume.